[jboss-user] [J2EE Design Patterns] - Re: A New J2EE Framwork/MVC Framework And A New Service Orie
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This paper is no image paper !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
J2EE and Service Oriented Programming
Authored by: AmirSam Bahador
- The purpose of compilation this essay
Chapter 1: Basic concepts of J2EE
- Servlet and JSP
- MVC or JWMS? That is the problem? Perhaps both!
Chapter 2: Basic concepts of Shine Framework
- What is "Shine Frameworkâ?
- The components of Shine Framework
- Implimentation of an application by Shine Framework
Chapter 3: The objects of Shine Framework
- The types of objects in Shine Framework
Chapter 4: Engineering & Communication items
- The communication of Shine Framework with the other
- The major purpose of Shine Framework
The purpose of compilation of the this paper
A few years ago, when I was the software architect of a big project with J2EE, I advised some of the modern tools of that time to the project manager. He acknowledged it. Therefore, we began deploying our Enterprise on Java platform. However, we encounterd with many problems, as we got ahead the project. Our tools were included Struts Framework, Spring Framework & Hibernate.
I convinced that MVC architecture is the best option to develop macro projects! However, I believe it now, as well. Couldn't it be more completed? In developed Enterprise projects, an advanced architecture is required to divide the project, technically. The project was successfully finished after one year, but my mind was busy with it for a long time!
Then, I began implementing an Application Framework and registered it in Sourceforge.net as an Open Source Framework. I developed some Enterprise projects & some other J2EE frameworks, as well. I achieved a good result! The velocity of implemention & developing projects increased up to 50%. Subsequently, by cooperation of my elected students who had worked with Application Framework, I established an organization, named J2SOS, to protect & develop this Application Framework.
Fortunately, my students were so skilled that each took a chief task in big J2EE projects.
Their experiences had a practical affect on development of Application Framework as well as the organization.
Therefore, it is required to write down my & my yesterday students (my today co-workers) experiences. This was the outset to write the present paper!
The basic concepts of J2EE
In this chapter, we do our best to introduce J2EE basic concepts.
Servlet & JSP
If you ahve ever worked with JSP & Servlet, you know that Servlet is so proper for processing functions but there are particular problems with it in displaying functions.
JSP is applied reverse to Servlet. Thus, what is the solution? To apply both JSP and Servlet together!
What is MVC?
MVC is an easy way to use JSP & Servlet together. In MVC architecture, the request will be processed by a Class (Servlet) and the appropriate response will be showen by JSP.
n the above Servlet Class, the validation operation, etc will be done.
Nowadays, there are numerous Frameworks which will assist you to use MVC Framework architecture. Struts Framework is the most well-known one.
MVC or JWMS ? That is the problem! Perhaps both!
MVC is a powerful architecture, but it is required an advanced architecture to implement developed projects.
Today, web applications are well developed which complicatethe work for programmers & developers.
To clarify it, see Google site! Google Web Application enjoys numerous services, each have a special service for the users.
For Instance, Gmail service, E-Mail or by SearchEngine, the users can search for websites, pictures, etc.
These services have certaily close communication with each other.
If the services do not use a particular architecture, the Google will encounter with various problems.
In Service Oriented architecture, each part of the program is a service programme. For example, E-Mail service, SearchEngine service, etc.
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