Developing and Deploying Modular J2EE Applications with WebSphere Studio Application Developer and WebSphere Application Server

From the developerWorks archives

Rick Robinson

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: June 19, 2002

One of the trickier parts of developing enterprise Java applications is managing class visibility and class sharing across multiple Web modules, EJB modules, and JAR files. This in-depth article takes you through the classloader visibility options available in WebSphere Studio and WebSphere Application Server, and tells you how to select and implement them in order to simplify your applications and ensure compatibility with J2EE specifications.

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