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Which approach of Web component development

 
Anonymous
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Hi
Developing web components normally involve coding the JSP, Servlets and EJBs etc. There are 2 approaches to the development after system analysis and design.
(1) View JSP, Servlets and EJBs as separate layers
This approach allows each team to consolidate on each speciality - 1 team for JSP, 1 team for Servlets and 1 team for EJBs and the lead of each team will coordinate between the teams.
(2) View the whole systems as a composition of modules and services.
This approach means that each team developers have to code JSP, Servlets and EJBs to support that particular service.
There are pros and cons for each approach. Anyone would like to share his view and experience on which approach is better (on general) for enterprise developments ?
Regards and have a nice day.
 
Allan Moster
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Which part of SCWCD objectives does this topic belong?
 
Anonymous
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Hi
This portion may not be covered in the objectives of the certification exams. But to me, understanding all aspects needed for web components development is more important than merely prepare and pass the exams.
 
Tim Duncan
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I agree wholeheartedly, however this is a forum on SCWCD certification. You may have better luck on the J2EE and EJB forum
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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If i had both options then i would recommend the first one....but i m not n experienced Java Programmer anyway.
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mitchner green
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If the team has some creative/HTML type people, obviously they will only do JSP's, which works out well because the developers probably don't want to do them anyway.
As for Servlets/EJB's, I've never seen a project divided along those lines. The normal team structure (as I've seen it) has a team handling a set of business requirements and using Servlets, EJB's, and/or whatever else is needed to meet the requirements.
 
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