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Which version of UML is required for the exam

 
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I undertand that Sequence Diagrams are distinctly different with UML 2.0 .
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Don't worry about UML 2.0. The UML 2.0 Specification isn't even finalized yet...
 
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Hi, Chris. Thanks but it would be good to know what the changes are for , at least.
I suspect it's to allow more detail to be expressed in the models. So you'd get "close-to-code" diagrams.
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How much detail should you provide in your UML diagrams. Is this guided by which version of UML used (UML 1.4 currently) ? Or is it left to one's judgement ?
I take it the UML diagrams form the analysis and design specification. How much detail can you afford to leave out ?
Any guidance will be appreciated .
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[ June 05, 2003: Message edited by: HS Thomas ]
 
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