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

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Building the Architectural Prototype: Part 3

Part 3 of building the architectural prototype for our EJB solution covers the addition of CMP code to the skeleton code generated out of Rose. It also covers the changes necessary to the JSPs, servlet, and use-case control classes.

Adding Logic to the Generated Code

It's time to make our initial code generation effort bear some fruit. By itself it won't buy us much. We will start out easy and take the simple pathway of asking for all customers, their addresses, and the role each address plays. Let's begin by reviewing some of the key components of the CustomerBean class. Remember that bean classes implement all the business logic of our application, but they are even more instrumental in the part ...

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