When do we need to create just a framework layer and and when do we create Framework layer and implementation layer?
When do we actually need to create Framework layer? I feel for any kind of automation we want to do we should start with creating Framework layer. Because we never know if there is or there is no chance of of a specific implementation for the problem we are trying to automate. Is this correct?
When do we actually need to create Implementation layer? What is the trigger point which forces us to create a implementation layer? If there are no specifics for an implementation should we still create implementation layer?
SSA content says 'One key aspect to the implementation layer is that this is where any of our work classes should be instantiated'. So regardless of whether there are specifics in terms of implementation we should create implementation layer on top of Framework layer?
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