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Architecture Struts2 - UML

 
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Hi,

I suppose the architecture is well defined in the book, rather the communications betweent the components with example ?
For these communications, are they sequence diagram or class diagram defined ?
 
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I suppose the big picture would be helpful to what you're seeking.

 
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OK thanks for the picture....i already knew that but my question is more about example and sequence diagram with respect to that. It does not really anwser to my question.
 
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If you need the sequence diagrams, probably you could take the source codes and reverse engineer from them. The big picture, however, does give you the understanding of how the request and response flows.

There is a high level request walk-through description here.
[ April 29, 2008: Message edited by: Chengwei Lee ]
 
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Hos geldiniz Engin!

We don't provide UML digrams in the book. But I assure you that we explain a lot more of the details about how the component of the architecture actually work and communicate together than most tech books. For instance, we spend a lot of time explaining how the interceptor cooperates with the action, and how the entire processing sequence, an action invocation, gets initiated and managed. This is pretty detailed stuff.
 
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Hos bulduk Michael ! :-)

Thank you for clarifications. Kitabi hediye olarak almak istiyorum, please. tesekkurler
 
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