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converting chapter 9 sequence diagram from JSP to JSF

talu singh
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Joined: Jun 07, 2010
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I am trying to convert chapter 9's sequence diagram to use JSF instead of JSP but I am not sure if I am doing it correctly.

Right now, the flow is
createNotice.jsp ------------> :NoticeController --------------------> :NoticeManager

I converted it to
FacesServlet -------------> createNotice.jsf(facelet) ----------------> :NoticeManagedBean -----------------> :NoticeManager

Do I need to put FacesServlet at all in the sequence diagram? Should I use a stereotype on the NoticeManagedBean to show it is a managed bean?

Thanks
Kuppusamy Venkatasubramanian
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Joined: Dec 30, 2004
Posts: 91
Hi,

I think the right flow to represent in sequence diagram is


createNotice.jsp ------------> :FacesServlet --------------------> :ManagedBean

I don't think it needs to be complecated with the usage of facelets.

Cheers,
Kuppusamy.V.,


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