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mayankmishra (4) [Avatar] Offline
#1
Page 57, Table 3.1, Description of 'Data transformation using components':

"XML transformation We’ll dive into" => "XML transformation. We’ll dive into"

Page 62,Section TRANSFORMING USING THE TRANSFORM() DSL FROM JAVA:
"what is know as" => "what is known as". Even I can see "builder pattern3", don't know what is being referred by that.

Page 71, Section 3.4 "will cover data formats in h more depth and using other data". Remove 'h'.

Page 73, Just before section 3.4.2: "website5" => "website"

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chengt (2) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Phrasing Chapter 3
Also in Chapter 3:

Page 62: "builded together" should be "built together"

Also on the same page
"This is done by chaining together method calls, which is the essence of the builder pattern."

Small gripe. I don't agree with this. This type of builder is known as a flow builder as you mentioned in chapter 1 when you talked about flow interfaces but it's not even mentioned in the GoF book. Josh Bloch uses a flow builder in his EJ book and it's a pretty popular way to implement builders but its not the "essence of the builder pattern" smilie
chengt (2) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Phrasing Chapter 3
Page 61 on Chapter 3.
You have OrderToCsvBean which has a static map method but then you define the route using new OrderToCsvBean() ??