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Part II Assignment modification

Srinivas Pittala
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Hello Ranchers,

Please give your suggestions based on your experience.

1) Currently working on my assignment and the business domain model is having a redendency relationships.Is it possible to change the given business domain model?

2) Is JMS a good option to interact with java external system to query data?

3) Can i use JEE 6? by the following point from the deliverables section.

While we do not explictly require JEE5,we expect that J2EE 1.4 or higher to be used.



Thanks,
Sree



Jeanne Boyarsky
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1) Yes, but be careful not to change it too much or oversimplify.
2) Think about if you need a synchronous reply.
3) That's what it sounds like.


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Srinivas Pittala
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Thanks Jeanne for your reply.

Immediate response is needed, so it's better to opt SLSB instead of JMS.

Thanks,
Sree
Srinivas Pittala
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forgot to ask if external systems goes down how SLSB works?

need all your suggestions please!!!

Thanks,
Sree



s patnaik
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That should be part of risks and mitigation list in my opinion

-SP


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Srinivas Pittala
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Thanks for the response..
 
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