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What am I expected when I am asked for client/server artifacts?

 
Girish Vasmatkar
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Hi all,

I have recently entered in a role in software industry in which I am expected to start a project from scratch. So, naturally I am having a bit of trouble in thinking at that level.

In a series of documents I prepared for the client, next came the document in which I am asked to include rough architecture of the application including client/server artifacts. No the highlighted term is bugging me as to what it means when we talk about a EE application.

So, how should I start? I mean, what am I expected to deliver in that document as far as client/server artifacts is concerned? The only, thing I can disclose here about the project is that it's huge application and the technologies that we are gonna use in it.

Please, if someone understood my point then help me understand the term.

And lastly, I couldn't find better forum than this one, so may be it not the best place. My sincere request to the moderator to move this to an appropriate forum.

Thanks
 
Campbell Ritchie
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I think this thread would sit better on another forum. Moving.
 
Arjana Matonyte
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Hi,

I think in your architecture you should describe what ears, wars or jars are going to be produced as deliverables. They are convenient to be denoted in UML deployment diagrams, e. g. random deployment diagram found on the internet.
 
Vlad Varnica
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You can drag and drop .class coming from a Jar file inside a class diagram and then create class .java in which you will add inheritance, dependence links.
It could do the job.
jarclasswithjavaclassmix.png
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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