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JSF in sequence Diagram

Ralf Brameier

Joined: Jul 15, 2010
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i'm thinking about, how detailed jsf should be in my sequence diagram.

Is something like this enough and is it right?

Client --> FacesServlet ---> Business Delegate ---> Session Facade --> Business Logic ---> Session Facade --> Business Delegate ---> FacesServlet --> JSP (or JSF???)

Or instead of Faces Servlet something like FrontController and only mention the JSF-using in the component diagram?

Thanks for your comments.


i hope this posting doesn't disagree withe the scea rules (don't talk about your assignment ;))
Andrew Monkhouse
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Ralf Brameier wrote:i hope this posting doesn't disagree withe the scea rules (don't talk about your assignment ;))

It's high enough level - you're fine.

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