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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The navigation routing code of a web application is the part of the code involved in routing a request from a web page through the appropriate components on the server, typically ending with the display of a response page. Common maintenance activities are to change the sequence of pages or the processing for a page, and for these activities the navigation routing code must be located, understood, and possibly modified. But in J2EE applications this code is spread among a number of components,doi:10.1007/11531371_31 fatcat:atcl6vgeujbsfjzmwdgbe2zjri