Product architecture can ensure product scalability, endurance, and the incorporation of emerging technologies. Consequently, LANSA 2005 offers Web Application Modules (WAM), to give developers a shorter learning curve and lower development costs to produce browser-based commercial enterprise applications and even Web services.
extensible application markup language
markup language (WML), and extensible application markup language (XAML). Other layers include the business logic layer (WAM) and the data access layer, such as LANSA object access modules (OAM) to various back-end databases. These features should vouch for rapid adaptation to new Web-based technologies and standards like .NET, J2EE, WAP, XML, portlets, IBM promoted abstract user interface markup language (AUIML), and so on, where no proprietary tags are generated. Also, user-defined presentation is