2014 Pre-MSc-IS-6 Presentation Layer

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September 12, 2014

2014 Pre-MSc-IS-6 Presentation Layer

Programme: Master of Science in Business Information Systems FHNW
Course: Pre-Master Information Systems
Topic: Presentation Layer



September 12, 2014


  1. Andreas Martin - Page 1 Master of Science in Business

    Information Systems FHNW Pre-Master Information Systems 6. Presentation Layer Andreas Martin 6. Presentation Layer http://www.flickr.com/photos/dirk_hofmann/4200450207
  2. Andreas Martin - Page 2 Presentation Layer  Presentation layer

     JavaServer Faces  Reference Project:  Lending-Reference-Project-1: Book Lending Example using JSF 6. Presentation Layer
  3. Presentation Layer http://www.flickr.com/photos/ajmexico/3281139507

  4. The Latte Macchiato «Layering» Principle http://www.flickr.com/photos/tf28/4367660424 Presentation Layer Goal: Display

    of information, processing / forwarding of user interactions. Technologies: JavaServer Faces (JSF), JavaServer Pages (JSP), Servlets, etc. Business (Logic) Layer Goal: Reproduction of actions or «verbs» of the application (buy a book, print an order, deliver a book, etc.). Technologies: Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) Persistence Layer Goal: Reproduction of database attributes, information or «nouns» in object / class attributes (Object-Relational Mapping, ORM). Technologies: Java Persistence API (JPA)
  5. Andreas Martin - Page 5 Business Layer Java EE 7

    – Typical Layering including injected POJO’s 6. Presentation Layer Persistence Layer @EntityManager (JPA) (JPA) @Entity (JPA) Session Bean (EJB) @PersistenceContext Presentation Layer Facelets (JSF) @ManagedBean (JSF) Facelets (JSF) Users Databases @EJB / @Inject POJO @Inject
  6. Andreas Martin - Page 6 Java EE 7 Web Applications

     Servlet {1997}:  Java classes, which creates HTML and processes HTTP- requests.  Java ServerPages (JSP) {1999}:  Quasi HTML- pages with Java code embedded.  Java ServerFaces (JSF) {v1 2004; v2 2009}:  Java ServerFaces is a web framework – the basic structure of a web application is given.  Is based on Servlets and XHTML.  JSF is a MVC (Model View Controller) architecture.  Configuration over annotations.  AJAX functionalities. 6. Presentation Layer
  7. Andreas Martin - Page 7 MVC (Model View Controller) Pattern

    …using JSF 6. Presentation Layer Adapted from: Goncalves: Code and Models licensed under a CC BY-SA 3.0 License from https://github.com/agoncal/agoncal-book-javaee7
  8. Andreas Martin - Page 8 JSF Procedure 6. Presentation Layer

    Web- Container Faces Servlet EJB Entity XHTML (1) request (6) response (2) (3.2) (3.1) (4) (5) Business Objects (EJBs, etc.) Controller Managed Bean
  9. Andreas Martin - Page 9 Controller Example – Managed Bean

    6. Presentation Layer Listing: BookController Managed Bean @ManagedBean @SessionScoped public class BookController { @EJB private BookEJB bookEJB; private Book book = new Book(); public String doCreateBook() { book = bookEJB.createBook(book); return "listBooks.xhtml"; } // Getters, setters } Enterprise JavaBean using Dependency Injection Entity Bean «View declaration; what is shown as next.»
  10. Andreas Martin - Page 10 Scopes  Request-Scope (@RequestScoped )

     Managed bean lives during a HTTP-request.  View-Scope (@ViewScoped )  Managed bean live as long as a corresponding view is shown..  Session-Scope (@SessionScoped ):  Managed beans exists during a user holds a session.  Application-Scope (@ApplicationScoped ):  One managed bean lives as long as the whole application is alive (usually in standalone desktop applications). 6. Presentation Layer @ApplicationScoped [CDI] @SessionScoped [CDI] @ViewScoped [JSF] @RequestScoped [CDI] @ConversationScoped [CDI] Life time
  11. Andreas Martin - Page 11 Model Example - XHTML 6.

    Presentation Layer Listing: Snippet of an XHTML Page <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <HTML xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:h="http://java.sun.com/jsf/html"> <h:head> <TITLE>Creates a new book</TITLE> </h:head> <h:body> <H1>Create a new book</H1> <HR /> <h:form> <TABLE BORDER="0"> <TR> <TD><h:outputLabel value="ISBN : " /></TD> <TD><h:inputText value="#{bookController.book.isbn}" /></TD> <TR> </TR> <TD><h:outputLabel value="Title :" /> </TD> <TD><h:inputText value="#{bookController.book.title}" /></TD> </TR> </TABLE> <h:commandButton value="Create a book" action="#{bookController.doCreateBook}" styleClass="submit" /> </h:form> <HR /> <I>APress - Beginning Java EE 6</I> </h:body> </HTML>
  12. Andreas Martin - Page 12 JavaServer Faces 2.0 – DZone

    Refcardz 6. Presentation Layer
  13. Andreas Martin - Page 13 Lending-Reference-Project-1 Book Lending Example using

    JSF 6. Presentation Layer
  14. Andreas Martin - Page 14 Hands-on-7 6. Presentation Layer Model

    View Controller Book EJB Customer EJB Business cases: • Create a customer including address • …CRUD… Book Lending EJB <Entity> Address <Entity> Customer <Entity> Book Lending <Entity> Book n 1 0..n 0..m 1 Business cases: • Lend a book • Return a book • Show all lendings Business cases: • Create a book • …CRUD.. 1
  15. DEMO http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/489257240