Java

September 27, 2010

At application runtime, your WebClient application operates under the control of the WebClient i+ Server, also known as the WebClient i+ Runtime Framework. The WebClient i+ Runtime Framework is implemented as an extension of a standard J2EE Servlet, and provides all the services necessary to deploy your WebClient application as secure, high performance web applications.

April 20, 2009

Experienced WebClient i+ developers usually find it useful to run their Java applications as client-server prior to publishing to the web server for final testing. The reasons are as follows: “Smoke test” the application quickly for basic business functionality Test basic database access Eliminate customized html and java script as a potential reason for application