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Java packages -> JARs. Is it Component, Package or Deployment diagram

Rodion Alukhanov
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I am a little confused. I have a diagram where the parts/subpackages of Java packages are arranged to several JAR- and WAR-Archives. For example the Application is deployed to private Web-server, but some part of the Application must be deployed to the public Web Server as well.

This diagram shows Packages, JARs and Deployment Descriptors. No hardware, no application servers.

What type of the Diagram is it?

I have one more diagram where the JARs are deployed to application and web servers. This second diagram is definitely "Deployment Diagram", but what for the diagram is the first one? Component, Package or Deployment?
 
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