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Class Diagram Detail

 
Alex John
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Hi Ranchers ...
How detail the class diagram you draw for the assignment part II ? only in concept level or specification level ?
Do you put some "basics" operations and attribute in the class (without going to much in implementation detail) ? since I read at Cade's book, he doesn't put any operation and additional attributes at all ..
Thank you for the help
[ April 06, 2003: Message edited by: Alex John ]
 
Johannes Postma
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I take the specification perspective. The given domain model is in my opinion the class diagram in the conceptual perspective.
 
Bill Morrison
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I'm adhering to the deliverables statement: "It is not necessary to provide each method name and attribute in the class." While I'm still working on my class diagram, I have not as yet found it important to communicate that level of detail. I'll leave it to my sequence diagrams to elaborate on operations. I can think of one situation where I might decide to depart from the BDM by treating one of its entities as a simple attribute. If I do, I'll document it in my assumptions or maybe as note in my class diagram.
 
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