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framework design for net banking

 
jai deep
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Hi all,

I have been given assignment of framework design for very small net banking module.This is my first try to design a framework for this utility. This includes cheque book request, online fund transfer and account summary. This would be in pure J2EE but interacting medium could also be a mobile or a ATM.Here We are using a protocol router to route to front controller of respective device. As struts if request coming from http, J2ME if request coming from mobile ...

Back end for interaction is XML file .

Now my concern is I have seen struts and spring framework but they mostly deals in front end. Is there any framework for middle layer(integration layer) as in my case.

Could anybody help in proceeding with this framework design

with regards
Jai
 
Valentin Tanase
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Hi Jai,

Now my concern is I have seen struts and spring framework but they mostly deals in front end.

That�s not entirely true, or at least not about spring. Spring will allow your application to integrate with any other technology, including EJBs, Hibernate, JDO, etc. It also have strong fron-tend support, including JSP tags and its own application controller, but it is not definitely just a front-end framework. It might also be a very good candidate for your banking framework.

Could anybody help in proceeding with this framework design

I would suggest you two things: first please read this article and see if you need an EJB container.
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/ibm-ejb/
If the answer is no (or even your answer is yes) you might like considering to use spring & hibernate. This is a very strong combination and looks like what EJB 3.0 want to become in the near future.
Regards.
 
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