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Query about Part II

 
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Hi
I am doing my part II assignment.
How are you guys showing the EJB s in the class and sequence diagram? Do you show the remote interface, the home interface and the Bean itself?
I have been showing all three but it clutters up the diagram a lot. The alternative would be to create a stereotype for Entity Bean and Session Bean and show them in the diagram. But what is the commonly used way of showing EJB s?
Are there any sites that have a sample UML design of a J2EE application with UML class or sequence diagram?

Thanks.
Robert
 
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