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Part2-Assumption-Please Guide.

 
Gurunath Dharmar
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Hi All,

I have converted one object given in BDM into @Entity(table) and assumed that it is pre-loaded (loaded with some static data by some means) and i mapped that entity to one of the "not-clear term" in use case and application will use that data.

Note:
(i) Based on that, i have not changed flow of any use case given and BDM associations and i can achieve expected functionality via my design.
(ii) No where in the assignment its mentioned how that entity may get used/populated.

Did i simplified the business problem given because of static/pre-loaded data assumption?

Please guide me.
 
Gurunath Dharmar
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Hi All,

is my assumption OK or i simplified the problem?
Anybody to guide me?
 
Gurunath Dharmar
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Hi All,

Did i asked the question correctly or understandable by anybody?
Since i didn't get any response i am just checking it.
 
guru prasanth
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Can you please rephase your question
 
Gurunath Dharmar
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Thank you guru... at least you told my question was not clear...

Modified it and Created a new title to avoid confusion with this.....
 
Igor Malkovich
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It is all depending on the context, but I don't see why having some data being staticlly loaded and cashed would be invalid assumption. If you feel how that is good solution, then go for it.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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