The paper presents the integration of data using Java for Web Applications in the open-source domain and emphases aspects like: integration of data that will be used in Web Applications will be through a Java custom driver, the usage of XML files as a common platform for the integration of data and through the E. T. L. - Extract, Transform and Load instruments used to integrate data for data warehouse. The next step is to integrate open-source Java components through the presented frameworks into Web Applications. There will be presented aspects for the development of existing Java objects with open-source components that will improve performance and facilities of existing tools used to access data from different DBMS-s or XML files. Encapsulation of data in these objects permits to set and change values and also to get the appropriate values by using listeners and methods specific to application levels.
Framework, Java Objects Integration, XML Files, Open-Source Java Components, UML Diagram, Web APPLICATIONS
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