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If we do a single front controller pattern ,I assume, we would have various requests forwarded to many sub-controllers, right? But in Cade book, chapter 9, there is only one single front controller in the class diagram however in the sequence diagram they also include a BidController.
Should we just show the single front controller and in the write assumption about the url mappings to subcontroller/command object in a declarative setting and no need of sub-controllers OR we should show sub-controllers along with the single Frong Controller?
But we can show only sub-controllers ( I assume that you were talking about Backing Beans ), and not show the single Front controller ( Faces Servlet ) as it is part of the JSF Framwork, as long as we mention that in our assumptions, right ??
I am not talking about backing bean and I don't plan to use JSF. I was planning a front controller and one sub-controller(Command helper) per use case. But cade book was only showing controller in the class diagram. Now i think it is a good idea to include sub controller too.
What others think?
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