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zohreh talebi
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Dear friends,
I should write a project which should contain the basic elements of J2EE technologies.I list them here. this project can be done by two people at max. Please suggest me some projects with most of the following properties.


1) Applying J2EE security patterns

2) Using at least two design patterns from J2EE design patterns catalog and two design patterns from GOF patterns catalog are mandatory.

3) Using at least one of web frameworks such as Struts, or JSF is needed.

4) Using JSTL

5) The application should be AJAX enabled no matter what web technology you have chosen for your application.

6) Using Java EE 5 technologies for implementing the business logic is mandatory. So, EJB 3.0, Web Services, JMS (for messaging) are vital components of the application.

7) Using Style Sheets for providing better user interface for overall look and feel of the site.

8) Internationalization

Thanks in advance
Zohreh
Christophe Verré
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Joined: Nov 24, 2005
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2) Using at least two design patterns from J2EE design patterns catalog and two design patterns from GOF patterns catalog are mandatory.

Design patterns are good things, but not mandatory. It's good to use them when you feel that you need them. But I don't think you should make them mandatory.

4) Using JSTL

You'll probably be using JSP too.

5) The application should be AJAX enabled no matter what web technology you have chosen for your application.

There's no such thing as AJAX enabled/disabled application. As long as you're using a browser, you can use AJAX.

You could do any kind of application using all of this. A book store, a music store... Good luck, that's pretty big project.


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zohreh talebi
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Thank you for your reply.I chose this "Web based Travel Administration (for a Travel Agency)" . but which design pattern better to use ?



Thanks ,
Zohreh
Fabian Gutierrez
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Joined: Aug 15, 2004
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as a start you should take a look at this, http://java.sun.com/blueprints/corej2eepatterns/Patterns/index.html

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[ August 03, 2007: Message edited by: Fabian Gutierrez ]

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