'Polyview’ Architecture using J2EE Patterns, XML and Remote Presentation Layer

A. Sahoo (India)


J2EE design pattern, XML, Data Island, remote presentation, web architecture.


The emergence of new trends in technology and the preference of users have resulted in the evolution of multiple user interfaces ranging from desktop browsers to portable mobile devices. This arena has brought in many challenges for software development to support heterogeneous user interfaces as well as provide a performance tuned, flexible, portable and extensible architecture for enterprise applications to efficiently handle large volume of data for a data warehousing project. The well-established J2EE design patterns can address the challenges of flexibility, portability, extensibility and efficient handling of large volume of data. The advantage of XML for data placement and caching, addresses the challenges of performance. The need for a third component for handling multiple user interfaces has been successfully implemented. This paper discusses the proposed architecture which threads the benefits of J2EE design patterns, XML and suggests a third component i.e. the remote presentation layer.

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