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Cade's component diagram

 
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In Cade's diagram we have something like this:

jsps ---> Controller ---uses servicelocator ---> a stateless session bean.

Which component is in which layer (tier)? and which pattern is used in the stateless session bean (is it a facade to ejb-tier?)

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[ June 20, 2005: Message edited by: Shahid Afridi ]
 
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This is what I think. The first three is in the presentation tier and the last one is in business tier. SessionBean more or less represents session facade.
 
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Shahid,
The JSPs, Controller and Service Locator would all be in the Web (aka presentation) tier. The Stateless Session bean would be in the EJB (aka business logic/service) tier. Stateless Session beans typically serve as facades to the EJB tier. They expose business services.
 
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If I have a music store application, which can be accessed via an application client as well, it should be something like this:

non-web-client ---> MusicStoreBusinessDelegate ---> use serviceLocator ---> MusicStoreSessionFacade (SFSB?).

BusinessDelegate/serviceLocator would be in presenatation layer, right? But this means ServiceLocator component would be located both in client and web layer...?
 
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You are correct. Specifically, the BD/SL would be in the client tier in this case since they would physically reside on the client machine. If you have both a web client and a non-web client, then you will have two SLs (one in the web tier and one in the client tier).
 
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Giri: Thanks for clearing my doubts.
 
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