To help you effectively understand and use the J2EE patterns in the catalog, we suggest that you familiarize yourself with this section before reading the individual patterns. Here we introduce the pattern terminology and explain our use of the Unified Modeling Language(UML), stereotypes, and the pattern template. In short, we explain how to use these patterns. We also provide a high-level roadmap to the patterns in the catalog.
Players in the enterprise computing area, and particularly establishments using Java-based systems, have incorporated a number of terms and acronyms into their language. While many readers are familiar with these terms, sometimes their use varies from one setting to another. To avoid misunderstandings and to keep things consistent, we define in Table 4 how we use these terms and acronyms.
Use of UML
We have used UML extensively in the pattern catalog, particularly as follows:
Each pattern in the pattern catalog includes a class diagram that shows the structure of the solution and a sequence diagram that shows the interactions for the pattern. In addition, patterns with multiple strategies use class and sequence diagrams to explain each strategy.
While reading the patterns and their diagrams, you will encounter certain stereotypes. Stereotypes are terms coined or used by designers and architects. We created and used these stereotypes in order to present the diagrams in a concise and easy to understand manner. Note that some of the stereotypes relate to the terminology explained in the previous section.
The J2EE patterns are all structured according to a defined pattern template. The pattern template consists of sections presenting various attributes for a given pattern. You'll also notice that we've tried to give each J2EE pattern a descriptive pattern name. While it is difficult to fully encompass a single pattern in its name, the pattern names are intended to provide sufficient insight into the function of the pattern. Just as with names in real life, those assigned to patterns affect how the reader will interpret and eventually use that pattern.
We have adopted a pattern template that consists of the following sections:
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J2ee Platform Overview
Presentation Tier Design Considerations And Bad Practices
Business Tier Design Considerations And Bad Practices
J2ee Patterns Overview
Presentation Tier Patterns
Business Tier Patterns
Integration Tier Patterns
Epilogue J2ee Patterns Applied
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