First of all, thanks to all of you.
Dinesh Kumaar wrote:Hi Antonio
I would suggest you to go through the examples in Chapter 9 in Marc Cade's Book.
You can go through these links.
1. You are right
2. From what I read from old post Sun wants to keep class diagram framework agnostic, so just use controller in class diagram.
In Component diagram, you can use jsp/jsf, managed bean ..etc.
I have 4 Backing/Managed Beans, but each one comes for different matter. For example: CustomerMB, SaleMB, ProductMB, InvoiceMB. In this case, would you place them four in the same component or would you create a component for each one?
Let's say I've got this 4 BackingBeans and their EJBs: CustomerBean, SaleBean, ProductBean and InvoiceBean. My first idea was to have two components, one for each tier: the four BackingBeans in a "web" component and the four EJBs in a "business" component. Do you think that's right or I should spread them among different components.
By the way, do I have to say the package name of each class?
Thank you very much.