Smart Store E-Commerce Site development in Java EE

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Running head: SMART STORE E-COMMERCE SITE DEVELOPMENT IN JAVA EESmart Store E-Commerce Site development in Java EEName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthors Note
SMARTSTORE E-COMMERCE SITE DEVELOPMENT IN JAVA EE2Table of ContentsDiagram of Architecture............................................................................................................3Typical Workflow for Creating a Customers Orders.................................................................4End user Manual........................................................................................................................5Test Instruction...........................................................................................................................5
SMARTSTORE E-COMMERCE SITE DEVELOPMENT IN JAVA EE3Diagram of ArchitectureModelResponsible forResponds to State QueriesExposes application functionalityViewResponsible for renderi ng of the modelsHelps the controller in selecting the view.ControllerDefining the application behaviourSelects view for response agains t the queriesEach functionality has i ts own controllerView: The view renders the substance of a model. It gets information from the modeland indicates how that information ought to be displayed. It refreshes informationintroduction when the model changes. A view likewise advances client contribution to acontroller.Model: Represents the business information and any business rationale that overseeaccess to and alteration of the information. The model informs the view when it changes andgives the view a chance to inquiry the model about its state. It additionally gives thecontroller a chance to get to application usefulness typified by the model.Controller: The controller characterizes application behaviour. It dispatches clientqueries for and chooses sees for introduction. It deciphers client sources of info and mapsthem into activities to be performed by the model. In a web application, client inputs areHTTP GET and POST asks.
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