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Question on Component diagram for PartII

 
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Hi folks,
While doing my component diagram, I just realized that I haven't shown the return objects(for example the object that returns from an EJB) in my component diagram. Although I created components like DTOs for the DAOs that return results. There are places, where the component(EJB etc) takes some input object and does some calculation and either populate some attribute and return the object or return another object with the calculated result. In this situation, I haven't shown any thing in my component diagram. Please tell me if it's required and anybody has shown in their component diagram. If yes, how ? Cade's case study doesn't seem to show anything.
All opinions are welcome.
Thanks.
Bijan
 
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Originally posted by Bijan Mohanty:
Hi folks,
While doing my component diagram, I just realized that I haven't shown the return objects(for example the object that returns from an EJB) in my component diagram. Although I created components like DTOs for the DAOs that return results. There are places, where the component(EJB etc) takes some input object and does some calculation and either populate some attribute and return the object or return another object with the calculated result. In this situation, I haven't shown any thing in my component diagram. Please tell me if it's required and anybody has shown in their component diagram. If yes, how ? Cade's case study doesn't seem to show anything.
All opinions are welcome.
Thanks.
Bijan


See whether Figure 3. in this document is of any help:
http://java.sun.com/blueprints/code/adventure/1.0/docs/architecture.html
Nalla
 
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Hi Nalla,
Thanks a lot for the info. This helps.
Bijan
 
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