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Do we need to drow DAO and entity bean?

 
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My work stops at EJB session facade level.
So the whole diagram is very simple and clear.


I feel there is no need to draw persistent related thing in architecture design.

Any commments?
 
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Hi Finland,

I have drown the entity bean and DAO in component diagram. I dont think that we need draw each entity bean and DAO in component, but the detail description for each entity bean and DAO is a must. it is my understanding to the assignment.
 
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Originally posted by Finland Finland:
I feel there is no need to draw persistent related thing in architecture design.


Don't know how detailed the diagrams should be, but it should visible from your diagrams, what persistence mechanism has been chosen and why it works.

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