Thus far in the book you have looked at the structure of WAS from the base upward and, in the last chapter, at how to create a generic container like the EJB container. Now that you are familiar with the details of how the EJB container works, you are ready to tackle the web container. As part of this analysis, you will also examine how other components and subsystems within WAS integrate their support into a container in general (using the web container for a detailed example) to allow them to monitor, manipulate, or redirect the normal operations, all of which requires use of a collaborator class.


Extension Point Virtual Host Deployment Module Channel Framework Helper Class 
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