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The authors of this book have been developing enterprise systems for an average of 20 years, and we are all too familiar with the application life cycle. In 5, we discuss patterns of developing application architectures. The Model View Controller (MVC) application architecture is one of those patterns and will be used in the book to analyze features of distributed applications. This abstraction helps in the process of dividing an application into logical components that can be built more easily. This section explores the general features of MVC. The MVC architecture provides a way to divide the functionality involved in maintaining and presenting data (see Figure 2-8). The MVC architecture has been with us for a while, as it appears in early IBM CICS implementations as well as in client/server with PowerBuilder. It was originally developed to map the traditional
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The MVC provides an application development breakout for developing with JEE.
2: Common Architectures and Protocols
input, processing, and output tasks to the user-interaction model. However, it is straightforward to map these concepts into the domain of multi-tier web-based enterprise applications. In the MVC architecture, the model represents application data and the business rules that govern access and modification of this data. The model maintains the persistent state of the business and provides the controller with the ability to access application functionality encapsulated by the model. A view component renders the contents of a particular part of the model. It accesses data from the model and specifies how that data should be presented. When the model changes, it is responsibility of the view component to maintain consistency in its presentation. The view forwards user actions to the controller. A controller defines application behavior; it interprets user actions and maps them into processing to be performed by the model. In a web application client, these user actions could be button clicks or menu selections. The actions performed by the model include activating business processes or changing the state of the model. After evaluating the user action and the outcome of the model processing, the controller selects a view to be rendered as part of the response to this user request. There is usually one controller for each set of related functionality.
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