Improved application development, Part 4, Building a Web client

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Nathaniel T. Schutta

Date archived: May 17, 2019 | First published: July 12, 2005

In this tutorial, you return to the trusty Auction application and add a Web client. Taking advantage of powerful features in IBM Rational Application Developer, you develop a session bean facade without writing a single line of code. Once your session beans are in place, you'll use Rational Application Developer's intuitive Web designer to create pages that access your session beans, taking advantage of JavaServer Faces technology.

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ArticleTitle=Improved application development: Part 4, Building a Web client