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Controller and Bussiness delegate

 
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Hi
In rich Client side could controller be used to talk to bussiness delegate which in turn is responsible for ejb bussiness tier abstraction(making connection and invoking methods).I could see no examples but it makes sense that controller only looks for decoupling swing view classes and bussiness delegate methods.
other way round bussiness delegate functionality be shifted to Controller,which might make it more cluttered.
Pls let me know your views on the same.
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Yes... for Rich-Client my guess is that Swing Controller itself will be a business delegate.
But how do you plan to show all this in your diagrams ? Do you plan this much detail in Component Diagram (a separate one) ?
Though i have taken a different approach based on my assumption that Swing Clients are outside a firewall.
 
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