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7. Flash Remoting and Java > 7.8. Architecture and Design

Architecture and Design

Flash Remoting provides the means for Flash clients to communicate efficiently with server-side applications. When using Flash Remoting for J2EE, you are either building a new application with a Flash interface or adding Flash Remoting to an existing application to support a new Flash interface. In either case, you may be supporting both Flash and traditional HTML interfaces.

This section presents strategies for including Flash Remoting in your Java application architecture.

Use a Service-Oriented Architecture

Although you can directly access and invoke methods on servlets, JSPs, MBeans, and entity and session EJBs with Flash Remoting for J2EE, you shouldn’t necessarily do so. If possible, you should avoid exposing Flash developers to the details of how you have implemented the application functionality. Instead, you should create JavaBean and Java class services that provide a simple, clean interface for Flash clients. Have the JavaBean and Java class services invoke methods of your application to provide those services to Flash clients.


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