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They can be deployed as is, or they can be assembled with other components into larger application systems. Deployable components must be deployed in a container that provides runtime services to the components, such as services to instantiate components as needed. Enterprise beans are very similar to two other types of Java components: applets and servlets. Applets can be deployed in a Web page, where the browser’s applet viewer provides a runtime container for the applets. Servlets can be deployed in a Web server, where the Web server’s servlet engine provides a runtime container for the servlets.

They can be deployed as is, or they can be assembled with other components into larger application systems. Deployable components must be deployed in a container that provides runtime services to the components, such as services to instantiate components as needed. Enterprise beans are very similar to two other types of Java components: applets and servlets. Applets can be deployed in a Web page, where the browser’s applet viewer provides a runtime container for the applets. Servlets can be deployed in a Web server, where the Web server’s servlet engine provides a runtime container for the servlets.

Microsoft’s Distributed interNet Applications Architecture Microsoft has recently consolidated its multi-tier vision into the Windows Distributed interNet Applications Architecture (DNA). This architecture combines the following: Windows NT, the underlying operating system that provides a runtime environment for all Microsoft technology Distributed COM, a core technology that promotes interface/implementation separation and language independence and that allows for distributed components Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ), a message-queuing product for asynchronous communications between components Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS), an application server product that manages components Microsoft Wolfpack, software for server clustering Microsoft SQL Server, a relational database store Microsoft Internet Information Server, its Web server, which includes Active Server Pages (ASP) scripts, which can be used to coordinate interactions with client browsers Microsoft Management Console, a tool for deployment and administration Windows DNA is a server-side development platform that incorporates all these products and more.

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