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Mini Lohia
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Can you pls tell some architectures which are used for building Java/J2EE Applications.For eg one is MVC..What other architectures are possible.....?
Jesper de Jong
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Have a look at Sun's Java BluePrints, which are a collection of guidelines and patterns for designing Java software.


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Stan James
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For fun Google for "Ajax architecture" as an alternative view layer. HERE is a very brief definition with links to some good resources.

Also Google for "Rest architecture" or "restful architecture" for some interesting ideas.

You could certainly build a J2EE server that worked with either or both of these concepts.


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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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