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Can I work SCEA Part II with EJB3.0 and JSF?

 
fancy huang
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Hi All,
I am doing my assignment and have some confusions.

I skilled in EJB3.0 and JSF.Can I work SCEA Part II with EJB3.0 and JSF?

Any more, the assignment required to implement a website and a java application.
Each use case that given interactive with a web customer and application user.
Should I work out both website and application client sequence diagram to each use case?

Waiting for help. Thank a lot!
 
Paul Michael
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Hi fancy!

I don't see any problems with an EJB3/JSF solution. I'm thinking of doing the same thing.

Actually part II of the SCEA 5 Beta inspired me to try out a similar approach for old SCEA.

Anyway, good luck to us both!

 
Ådne Brunborg
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You can.

I used JSF, EJB3.0 and JPA, and I passed without problems.
 
Manuel Loayza
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Dear �dne Brunborg.

If you have used JSF in your assignment, had you shown the JSF Servlet (FacesServlet) in your component diagram, sequence diagrams and class diagram?

JSF is about web browser solution. What about the client solution?
I'm doing my second part, and I'd like only use web browser client for customer and travel agents.

Did you have used Swing-based client too in your assignment?

Thanks.

Manuel Loayza
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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