Togethersoft

Discussion in 'Java' started by Roul Ravashimka, May 8, 2004.

  1. At this time i'm learning to work with togethersoft, but i have some
    problems with it.

    Togethersoft knows J2EE patterns and you can f.i. add automatically a value
    object assembler to an entity ejb.

    But i want to know how i can use the other patterns. Is it possible to
    select some business methods of some ejb's and add those automatically to a
    session facade?

    Or if i add a business delegate, how can i automatically add the methods
    exposed to it in the business delegate?

    Or if i add or change a business method in a session ejb, is it possible
    that the session facade and business delegate follow?

    Does anyone have some experience with togethersoft?

    Thans for reading,

    Roul
    Roul Ravashimka, May 8, 2004
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  2. Roul Ravashimka

    DigiAl Guest

    "Roul Ravashimka" <> wrote in message
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    > At this time i'm learning to work with togethersoft, but i have some
    > problems with it.
    >
    > Togethersoft knows J2EE patterns and you can f.i. add automatically a

    value
    > object assembler to an entity ejb.
    >
    > But i want to know how i can use the other patterns. Is it possible to
    > select some business methods of some ejb's and add those automatically to

    a
    > session facade?
    >
    > Or if i add a business delegate, how can i automatically add the methods
    > exposed to it in the business delegate?
    >
    > Or if i add or change a business method in a session ejb, is it possible
    > that the session facade and business delegate follow?
    >
    > Does anyone have some experience with togethersoft?
    >
    > Thans for reading,
    >
    > Roul
    >


    Try asking this in the Together forums, the program is actually called
    Together now developed by Borland but was TogetherSoft.

    alan.
    DigiAl, May 8, 2004
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