Sample J2EE Applications
TPC-W-NYU is a J2EE-based
implementation of the TPC-W benchmark application.
is a transactional web e-Commerce benchmark, that emulates an on-line
store that sells books. It specifies the application database schema, the set
of 14 web invocations (web pages), and describes how execution of these
requests manipulates the application data.
SMOCBA is a sample J2EE component-based
application. It serves as an example of component-based implementation of
a general-purpose on-line information system. SMOCBA is
a repository of data items and associated comments, which provides
the capability to retrieve, process, create, change, and store data items and
associated comments, according to user-specified preferences.
Rice University Bidding System (RUBiS)
is a sample J2EE component-based application, developed initially at
Rice University and
RUBiS is an auction web site prototype modeled after eBay.com.
Originally it was used to evaluate application design patterns and application server performance and scalability.
NYU-RUBiS is our own version of the application and is
based on the original Rice-INRIA application source code.
- Middleware Tools
is an infrastructure for automatic dynamic deployment of J2EE applications in distributed
environments, developed at the Parallel
and Distributed Systems Research Group (PDSG).
It specifically addresses the problems of (1) inter-component connectivity
specification and its effects on component configuration and deployment; and (2) application
component dependencies on application server services, their configuration and deployment.
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Last update: Friday, April 14, 2006.