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A Part II question for those who use togetherJ

 
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All,
In TogetherJ, when you set the role to "Business Modeler", the class diagram you draw doesn't have much details. I.e. The attribute doesn't have a data type; the method doesn't have any return value etc. When you set the role to other roles (developer, designer), the class diagram shows everything including the data type of the attributes, return value of the method etc.
My question is for part II exam, which role should we use? In another words, do we need to show details for attributes/methods in class diagram?
Thanks in advance.
 
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In TogetherJ, when you set the role to "Business Modeler", the class diagram you draw doesn't have much details. I.e. The attribute doesn't have a data type; the method doesn't have any return value etc. When you set the role to other roles (developer, designer), the class diagram shows everything including the data type of the attributes, return value of the method etc.

Business Modeler role is enough.
do we need to show details for attributes/methods in class diagram?
It is clearly mentioned on the assignment document
Create a class diagram. It is not necessary to provide each method name and attribute in the class.
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I didn't mean that we show every method and attribute. I want to check if it is necessary to show the data type of the attributes, show the return value of the method etc.
Since you said "busines modeler" role is enough, so I guess the answer for the above question is no.
Thanks,
Frank.
 
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