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    I am doing a netbanking project.
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    xml,xsl,....servlets,jsp,EJB,db2

    Please help me out witha an architecture diagram of the above scenario... about how all these technologies have to be incoorporated giving importance to xml. An architechture diagram would be helpful.

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    XML can be used as the "language" used to communicate data between modules. You will need a servlet that can parse the XML and read the data from it. Once that is done you can use this data inside the servlet same as before.
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    Just think of what each piece is doing.

    jsp - serving pages to an HTTP browser.
    XML - data storage language
    XSL - data transformation (probably to HTML)
    servlets - read/write data to the db
    DB2 - database server

    now just think of where each piece fits. are you going to transform XML to HTML on the fly?
    the WROX book Java XML is really good. pick that up.

    it sounds like fun.

    /anu

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana,Arial,Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by bobbyjg:
    I am doing a netbanking project.
    It uses..
    xml,xsl,....servlets,jsp,EJB,db2

    Please help me out witha an architecture diagram of the above scenario... about how all these technologies have to be incoorporated giving importance to xml. An architechture diagram would be helpful.

    [/quote]


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