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  • Web Flow with multiple standalone web applications

    Hi

    I have a new project were I have to create an application that is a web flow of multiple standalone applications. Basically the user picks a service and the web flow will take the user to all the applications necessary to fulfill the service. We want to be able to save in a database the user navigation information. Has anybody done something like this with spring?

    Regards,

    Néstor Boscán

  • #2
    Mmm, interesting problem.

    Is it absolutely necessary that those 'parts' your new application is composed of are standalone applications? Maybe they already exist?

    If you would be able to model the parts as subflows, you could imagine a specialized FlowBuilder that pulls flow information from the DB and constructs a corresponding flow, calling the the other 'applications' as subflows.

    Erwin

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    • #3
      Yes the parts have to be standalone applications. This is because the client wants to simplify administration and deployment.

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