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Process for Applying J2EE patterns

Kartik Shah
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Joined: Dec 07, 2000
Posts: 102
Hi
1.) At what point we can say we are ready for applying J2EE Pattern to our design ?
I think once we are completed with OO Analysis/Deesign we need to find out how can we apply different patterns from tool box.
What are the items/checkpoints that we can check before begining to apply patterns.
2.) We have very well defined process of doing OO analysis and Desgin. Finding out entities, their attributes and behavior, find out relationships among them, etc.
What is the steps / process for applying J2EE patterns.
Essentially my question is How to go about finding potential areas in your design where applying patterns would be beneficial.
3.) Is the end product after applying patterns is "Framework" on which the rest of the application is going to be based ?
Does the book "J2EE Design patterns Applied" talks about process on the whole ?
I wish the table of content for the book posted on Amazon.com or on Wrox's site are more eloborate.
Thanks and Regards,
Kartik


Kartik Shah
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Manas Ahlaad
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Joined: Nov 07, 2001
Posts: 165
Hey Karthik,
You said you have clearly defined methods for OO analysis. can you please share those methods with us. atleast a brief.
thanks


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