Originally posted by Gabriel Buheler:
First congratulations for your final result.
How much detail did you add to the class diagram? what about others?
Can you give us a brief description of the kind of objects/patterns you used on each diagram?
Originally posted by Brian Smith:
Congratulation Yiu. Good Score. Just wanted to ask you a couple of question regarding your EJB, particularly an EntityBean implementation. what's your approach using EntityBean? did you map each your class in domain model to an Entity Bean? Thanks.
Just simply use "DAO" as my persistence layer.
Originally posted by Dan Drillich:
Hi Yiu Wing Tsang,
I'm not sure whether these two terms can go together ;-)
DAO allows us to access data, primarily for reading while persistence provides reading and writing.
Use a Data Access Object (DAO) to abstract and encapsulate all access to the data source. The DAO manages the connection with the data source to obtain and store data.