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Modular code troubleshooting

Modular code is the server side component architecture for Java EE. There are various tasks that you can go through to help determine or eliminate possible problems that are preventing you from successfully doing what you want to do within modular coding. Learn about modular code troubleshooting best practices and find updated tips in this topic section.

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