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Front controller and Business delegate

 
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Did anybody see or use Front controller and Business delegate in sequence? Just curious. Any reply is appreciated.

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Hi Kay,
From what I've gathered from previous threads, most are using a common 'client' to the EJB tier for the use cases. The components you mentioned are then described in separate sequence diagrams for MVC or by 'comments'.

Ray
 
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That is basically extending Cade's logic! Aren't we going to increase complexity in Business Delegate! Going by Alur's book ("You want to access the business-tier components from your presentation-tier components and clients, such as devices, web services, and rich clients.") it may be appropriate approach.

Kay
 
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