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Developing Applications with Java™ and UML by Paul R. Reed

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Building the Architectural Prototype: Part 2

Part 2 of building the architectural prototype for our non-EJB solution covers the use-case control class and the issues of transaction management.

Remulak Controllers and Initial Operations

The Remulak software architecture uses two types of controllers: user interface and use-case. In the previous section we covered the user interface aspects that the controller handles for us—namely, the servlet. In this section we cover the use-case control class: UCMaintainRltnshp. To reemphasize our strategy, each use-case will have a use-case control class. Each use-case control class will have an operation for each happy and alternate pathway in the use-case. Occasionally, depending on the granularity of the ...

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