Continuously posting the same question to multiple forums is actually going to make it less likely your question will be answered as people are going to find it really irritating and just ignore your posts.
This is why your other posts have been deleted and why the new ones you've just posted probably wont be around for long.
And if you finally decide to bump the post, please try to do so by posting more information! After all, if nobody answered, that's probably because nobody did know an answer. You had 24 hours to do your own research in the mean time - show us that you used them, and give us new things to think about.
So, what links have you managed to find yourself whilst you've been waiting for an answer ?
What was missing from those links that you still need information about ?
I think that's a lot more than can reasonably be handled via forum posts. There have to be tons of books out there that deal with JEE enterprise architecture that guide you along the process. You may also wish to check out the Java Pet Store, which is Oracle's main JEE sample application that shows many of its components in action.
And like Joanne said, you're not making friedns here by flooding the forums with duplicate posts.
Search Amazon for "jee enterprise architecture" or similar phrases.
I'm not clear on the purpose of this mixed list of technologies and implementations. Few (if any) architecture will use close to all of them. While in theory it might be desirable to know lots of implementations, knowing when to use the underlying technologies is more important for an architect. If the list is what you would like to know, then -as far as implementations are concerned-, just download and use them.
Hi,. maybe I didn't understand what the problem is,.
if your concern is that you need desperately build your own development/deploy environment and you're a bit
lost, could you ask directly to your mentor, software architect or whoever is responsible of your work?
if your current project is a real mess of different technologies,. I think is not your business to try to
guess the big picture from scratch,. don't you have access to some visual diagrams?,. are there any
person responsible of providing you with the C4 (*) ?,. UML?, documentation?, talk straight to your boss/bosses??,
trying to assimilate everything at the same time is probably a direct path to a big fail.
one advice before you try to read the whole internet is getting your hands on a good article or book about software
architecture, for example,. Software architecture for developers from Simon Brown recently reviewed in the Ranch: