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Part II : Component diagram(s)

 
Gennady Shapiro
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Do you guys have a component diagram for every use case or jam everything into a single one?
I have one big component diagram.
 
Vivek Viswanathan
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I am planning on making a component diagram for every use case, rather than jamming everyting into a single one.
 
JIGNESH1 SHAH
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I had only one component diagram. I used package to make diagram cleaner. I separated my EJB, JSP, SWING, UTIL etc in separate package. I got 100% so, seems like they don't have problem with one diagram.
 
Chris Mathews
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Component Diagrams are not intended to be broken up by Use Cases. Interaction diagrams are typically the only diagram that map one-to-one with a Use Case.
 
Gennady Shapiro
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I kinda followed Amanda's suggestion and made component-deployment diagram. Separated clients, Web-tier, EJB-teir and EIS-tier.
 
Vivek Viswanathan
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So how many components do we have in the component diagram. I assume
Does this cover most of it, or have i missed out some
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Gennady Shapiro
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I followed SCEA Study Guide component diagram.
P.S. I've knocked this book before (and rightfully so) but it gives you an idea of what they might expect to see on your diagrams.

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Claudio Malso
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Cade's book don't use this approach of tiers, he used one component diagram for each UC...but I think that tier's approach is more correct, cos you need deploy the components.
 
yi zhu
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I'm a bit dispointed by the behavior of a few people around here. I think it's of our interest to keep SCEA's value. Discussion about assignment should be limited on "WHAT". But talking about "HOW" is definitly not appropriate. Don't miss this chance to prove what you can do.
My $0.02
 
Claudio Malso
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Sorry, Zhu...but I`m not getting info in order to get just a SCEA, but improve my skills for the real situations...
If you design a component diagram for each tier, you can split the deployment effort for differents systems administrators...
Just it...my assignment is ( and will be ) confidencial, but I can think of my approachs and discuss with my co-workers...like you.
Thanxs,
 
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