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do I need to worry about the java application for agent in part2?

 
Robin Zhang
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There will be a java application for the agent' use in the assgnment. Do I need to provide class digram for that?
 
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Hi,
Not sure how others address this... What I did was to explain (in text) how the java appl client would be implemented. Probably the crucial bit is whether you design is able to handle such client.
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[ June 16, 2002: Message edited by: kok how ]
 
Robin Zhang
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Thanks,kok how. I very appreciate your answer.
So I do not need to actually show swing application class in the class diagram. Am I right? But how about the JSP? Do I need to put every JSP class in the class diagram?
 
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Hi,
It depends on your design, some people actually show it but some don't... in my case, I don't. I only focus core classes.
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I didn't really do much for the application client -- it was the one glaring thing missing from my submission.
I did include all JSP's in the diagram, my rationale being they are "J2EE Components" as cited in the assignment text.
Steve
 
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