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Part - II Cade's component diagram does not mention anything about controller

 
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Hello Ranchers,

Individual Controllers are displayed in sequence diagrams (BidController), Also in class diagram they have displayed a single controller(This descripency is a already being discussed in separate thread), but what about component diagram? I think controllers should also be present in component diagram, just below the JSPs in presentation tier. Right?

Please confirm my understanding.

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Hi Gurukant,

Yes I think the controllers should be present in the component diagram as well. I have included them in my presentation components as below:


<<Component>>
Place an Order
JSPs : ( create,search,results,remove)
Managed Beans: ( PlaceOrderController, OrderSearchController ...)


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Saket Mittal wrote:Hi Gurukant,

Yes I think the controllers should be present in the component diagram as well. I have included them in my presentation components as below:


<<Component>>
Place an Order
JSPs : ( create,search,results,remove)
Managed Beans: ( PlaceOrderController, OrderSearchController ...)


-s



It does seem correct as Managed Beans can take role of a controller, but doesn't that look incorrect to name JSF managed beans as 'xxxController' ?
 
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