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Where to show Design Patterns in Part 2

 
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What diagram (Component or Class) do we show the applied design patterns on?
I can show Value Object, DAO and Front Controller on the Component diagram. But while using tools (I am using Together J) for drawing UML diagrams, I get an option of applying Design Pattern to a class on a class diagram. Wonder what that is.
Also, is it possible to show the design patterns on Sequence diagrams?
Harsh
 
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Hello Harsh,
In the Cade SCEA guidebook they tended to show patterns in their sequence diagrams. I think you will be fine putting them in whichever diagram you want as long as you say why you put them in that diagram. Try not to clutter the diagrams so don't include home, remote EJB interfaces etc.
Good luck
Ian
 
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Thanks Ian. I am not showing the Home and Remote interfaces and mentioning in the documentation that developers know that they need to exist for the EJBs.
Harsh
 
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