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Stereotype in Component diagram. Please help

 
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Guys,
In component diagram which kind of stereotype should we use for a JSP? A servlet? An EJB?
I am using Togethersoft tool. They have stereotype like executables, Files, application, etc. Can we define our own stereotype? For example, we define a <<JSP>> stereotype as for JSP components?
Also in Together component diagram, Can anyone explain what is an interface in a component diagram? To which can an interface be
mapped?
I am just trying to show something like an HTTPS communication link in the component diagram, but don't know how to do it in together.
Anybody has any idea?
Thanks a lot,
Frank
 
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In component diagram which kind of stereotype should we use for a JSP? A servlet? An EJB?

Just simply define your own stereotype and explain it in the design document.
If you want to look at Sun stereoptypes, check this out as well :
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/patterns/UseOfUML.html

I am just trying to show something like an HTTPS communication link in the component diagram, but don't know how to do it in together.

This kind of information appears in a deployment diagram !
So, I invite you to create one...that won't hurt and help for a better score
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Frank Wu
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Thanks for the help.
Frank
 
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