Architectures Using Databases in the Middle Tier

J2EE architectures that use databases in the middle tier are described in this section: 

Want to know how much better your performance could be with a database in the middle tier? IBM's High Volume Websites (HVWB) Lab recently performed benchmark testing using WebSphere and DB2 with and without another database in the middle tier. For more on this, see the benchmark using a transaction accelerator.

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