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Modeling JSPs in UML

 
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Any idea on how to do it for part II?
I looked at the book Developing Enterprise Java Applications with J2EE and UML. Can I follow the notion used in that book?
Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Yu,
I think it might be useful if you read through the
Core J2EE patterns book. In the Presentation tier
pattern part of the book, I found the examples in UML very useful for my part II.
Hope this helps.
Christian Ebage
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JSP can be shown as simple classes that inherit from javax.servlet.jsp.JspPage. Personally I do not show JSP pages on the class diagram. I will sometimes include them on Component Diagrams, depends on the situation. For the assignment I chose to only show a handful of JSP pages and only on the Component Diagram.
 
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I also mark all JSP pages with a <<JSP>> stereotype.
 
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