The WebAppAccess is the programmer's interface into the running application.
Through this interface the programmer can access and modify all of the runtime components that are instance specific such as variables, linked Models and linked Java objects. Components that cannot be modified (read-only) are pages, methods, system event listeners and error handlers, which can be accessed through the WebApp interface. The WebAppAccess interface API is available to the developer in methods, LJOs, and JSP pages. WebApps, variables, and linked models can be accessed through the WebAppAccess API.
Using Java and the WebAppAccess object: wpf7
In IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory, you can incorporate Java code into your application in multiple ways.
WebAppAcess with WebApps: wpf7
The WebApp is the result of the generation process. If the model you created is profiled then a unique version of a WebApp will be created as required. The WebApp contains all of the structural data required to run the application.
Linked models: wpf7
Linked models provide a mechanism for the WebApp developer to reuse and share model functionality among other WebApps.
Parent topic: Web application model execution: wpf7