OO Analysis to Struts?

Hi, I was wondering if anyone had any info on how you get from good-old OO analysis to specific implementation frameworks like Struts.

I tend to do OO analysis by the book, creating my basic boundary, entity and controller objects from my use cases.  How do you then fit these conceptual objects into something like Struts (which our project will be using)?  I guess there's some kind of mapping done in the design phase, but I have no idea of the process.  Are there any good tutorials out there of how you get from pure analysis objects to Struts?



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CEHJConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Struts is essentially the application of a design pattern, namely the Model View Controller, so you could say you get to it by

a. first identifying MVC per se
b. identifying its applicability to flow control in web apps
c. introducing it as an implementation of MVC for web apps
Tommy BraasConnect With a Mentor Commented:
So, like CEHJ alluded to, you would make sure that the MVC design pattern has been applied to your project's OO analysis. The mapping from your classes to the Struts framework should fall straight out of that design pattern application.
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