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Clarification - Part II

 
Sub swamy
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1) Do we need to mention the JSP pages as a part of the component diagram ?
2) Are we allowed to use any existing open frameworks for the assignment - or should it be a "from-the-scratch" approach ?
 
Fabio Falci Rodrigues
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1) Yes, you need to mention the JSP pages.
2) You should use existing open frameworks for the assignment.
 
Juan Pablo Crossley
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Originally posted by Subramanian Narayanaswamy:
2) Are we allowed to use any existing open frameworks for the assignment - or should it be a "from-the-scratch" approach ?


Can you clarify what do you mean with that? which frameworks are you thinking off? I did the assignment and you could do everything with the JEE platform, if you are thinking of using Hibernate instead of JPA, or maybe Struts instead of JSF... I think the answer will be "NO", you are supposed to use the JEE components.
 
Sub swamy
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My question is regarding the old version of the assignment - SCEA for Java 2. Isnt that different from the JEE version - correct me if otherwise.

To be specific - wanted to know whether we could use frameworks such as Struts for the presentation tier.
 
Abhinav Srivastava
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Unless someone who passed despite using those or someone who failed bacause of using those comes forward, you'll never know.
I really don't see how Struts is that "significant" as far as architecture goes. Its only an implementation of a few well known patterns.
 
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