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Business Domain Model & Equipment Class

 
Eric Lefurge
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Guys
I was trying to do some analysis and came up with the candidate objects from the use cases, but not a single reference of "Equipment" is made in the use cases. But the Business Domain Model makes shows the association.
Also I came across the forums that we cannot change the Business Domain model.
Any suggestions guys / gals ??
Eric
 
Alex Pisarev
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Originally posted by Eric Lefurge:
Guys
I was trying to do some analysis and came up with the candidate objects from the use cases, but not a single reference of "Equipment" is made in the use cases. But the Business Domain Model makes shows the association.
Also I came across the forums that we cannot change the Business Domain model.
Any suggestions guys / gals ??
Eric

YOU can develop your class model that EXTENDS business domain model. If you have association, that doesn't mean that it should be represented the same way on your class diagram. It could be even be trasformed to attribute. If you thoroughfully analyze your assignment, you'll understand that Equipment abstraction (I named it as AirCraftType) will be needed in your system.
Alex.
 
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