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tejo kartheek
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why people prefer using two components(one for inbound and the other for outbound )instead of using a single component??
 
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Tejo,
I don't follow. A web component deals with the request/response protocol. Isn't this both inbound (request) and outbound (response) ?
 
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Hi,
in JAVACAPS suppose consider a scenario in which we need to take an input file and apply logic to it using jcd and send the output.For this case in the connectivity map we take two file External applications and one service(jcd).
the same can be done simply by taking one file External Application and one jcd (i.e by mapping the input and output of the jcd to that File ExternalApplication ).But mostly people prefer to take two External Applications.what are the benefits ??
 
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Some benefits are to reduce complexity. If you have more "things", each "thing" does less. Then when it changes in the future, you have less to look at.
 
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Hi Jeanne,
Thanks for your reply.would you please explain it.I did'nt get the clear picture .
 
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Do we have any good books for Best Practises for Java CAPS development?
please suggest.
 
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Nalin,
Please start a new thread for a new question.
 
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
Nalin,
Please start a new thread for a new question.


how to create a new thread
 
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Originally posted by Nalin Asawa:


how to create a new thread

At the bottom next to the "post reply" button is a "post new topic" button. The later starts a new thread.
 
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