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In Component diagram, the lines between a Session Bean and the interface (a round icon), should this be a dotted line or solid line ?
What about all other lines in Componenet diagram ?
I am having a dotted line in other places, but a solid line for the interface part. Rational is not allowing me to this differently.
Any idea gurus ?
 
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Originally posted by Jitender Bhatia:
In Component diagram, the lines between a Session Bean and the interface (a round icon), should this be a dotted line or solid line ?
What about all other lines in Componenet diagram ?
I am having a dotted line in other places, but a solid line for the interface part. Rational is not allowing me to this differently.
Any idea gurus ?


Looking at the only example in the UML 1.5 spec (part 11, chapter 3.95.2), it seems that the component should indeed be connected to its interfaces with a solid line. Component dependencies on the other hand are drawn with dotted lines. Based on that, I'd say Rose is in compliance with the spec.
 
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