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Steve
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I have not done much web development. For the Web GUI interface, is it sufficient to show an MVC pattern with some JSP pages (view) that talks to a servlet (contoller) and the servlet talks to backend EJBs (model) (like cade's book example) ?

What other design parrerns would you suggest...? should we need to all these classes in the class diagram or cmponent diagram ?

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Albert Maurucier
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Steve,

Look at this page:
http://java.sun.com/blueprints/corej2eepatterns/Patterns/

Hope this helps

Albert
 
Steve
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Thanks Albert
 
ravindra janapreddy
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Steve

The JSP pages, servlets and EJB classes (not home, remote interfaces) must be included in class diagram, component and sequence diagrams.

-- Ravi
 
Steve
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Thanks Ravi
 
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