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JSF in component Diagram

Ashu Sharma
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Joined: Apr 03, 2001
Posts: 53
Hi ,

I need some insight into how to show JSF in component diagram.

1. Should i show a single component(called JSF) or
2. Show two component separately - FacesServlet and Backing Beans.


Thanks
Ashu
Jason Marston
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Joined: Aug 03, 2009
Posts: 11
Ashu Sharma wrote:Hi ,

I need some insight into how to show JSF in component diagram.

1. Should i show a single component(called JSF) or
2. Show two component separately - FacesServlet and Backing Beans.


Thanks
Ashu


My opinion that I would show the actual JSPs as JSF and the BackingBean as ManagedBeans. I am sure others would do it differently though. The main reason for my separation of the two is that Multiple pages could use the same ManagedBeans, and of course a single page could also use multiple ManagedBeans. Thus it is a uses relationship.
Ashu Sharma
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Joined: Apr 03, 2001
Posts: 53
Hi Jason,

Thanks for your valuable input



Thanks
Ashu
 
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