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Hello people,
Is there an application (open source and well documented?) that shows you how to write scalable J2EE applications, and uses different best practices/patterns? No I am not talking about Pet Shop but something �better� and preferably between 5k-10 klocs so I can read it through and well documented so that would not take me a long time.
Please if you know of any such application, post the link in this thread. I want to have something like a list of good applications to get inspired. Maybe something like �putting it together� chapters that I never read, that put many concepts to work together in a single application. Or Maybe J2ee examples in a nutshell, but very well documented (Does a well documented open source project exist?)
Awaiting your replies!
 
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This might help: http://www.javapractices.com/index.cjp
 
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Thanks for the link Marie,
Well that was whwat I was looking for apart from the fact that it should be free, and there should be EJB based distributed applications with more docs..
Any links guys, Maybe a a sourceforge open source program written in Java, and has good design/docs
 
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Check out Sun's reference implementation, the Pet Store.
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Originally posted by Tonny Tssagovic:
No I am not talking about Pet Shop but something �better� and preferably between 5k-10 klocs so I can read it through and well documented so that would not take me a long time.


Thanks for the reply sever
However i was looking for something more "real" then the Pet store, and does not just show all the features/design patterns of J2ee for the sake of showing them.
 
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Dear Tonny, im looking for something for patterns for newbies !
I would to like to learn more about service locator, business delegatem session fasade . I have looking at pet store, xpetstore but i need more documentation and more samples
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Originally posted by paolo rico:
Dear Tonny, im looking for something for patterns for newbies !
I would to like to learn more about service locator, business delegatem session fasade.


Those are rather specialized J2EE patterns. If you are new to patterns, you should probably first learn about the more general GoF patterns, such as Strategy, Facade, Decorator etc.
 
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