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MVC to support web clients and GUI clients?

 
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Hello, all,
I am wondering what is the best architecture to support both web clients and GUI clients. I see architecture like:
GUI -> Web Tier MVC -> EJB. (Web Tier MVC is on server side)
I think it is really awkward to use Gui application client to access the web tier. Why not the following:
GUI -> Gui Tier MVC -> EJB. (GUI Tier MVC is on rich client side)
Any comments?
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Denis
 
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used BookSession Bean as a Fecade, both web and GUI talk to this session which handle all the book info,
 
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Does it imply we need to develop two seperate prestentation tiers:
one for Web client deployed on the web application server and the other for GUI client deployed on the rich client side?
 
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Is there any good GUI MVC framework or code sample?
 
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YES MVC supports thin client webbased interface and thick client GUI
, on sun's blueprint site.
 
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Hi Billy,
Can you please give the link....
Thanks
Venkatesh Rajmendram
 
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