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Desgin Patterns - SCEA

 
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Hi All,
Can you tell, in whcih diagrams (Sequence,component,etc),we show J2EE Design patterns? and also stereo types?

Thanks in advance.
 
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>Can you tell, in whcih diagrams (Sequence,component,etc),we show J2EE >Design patterns? and also stereo types?
Hi Ravi,
there are different opinions about that. I think we should show J2EE Patterns resp. the components (e.g. ServiceLocator) only in the Component Diagram. Others show them also in the Sequence Diagram. But I am also uncertain.
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Roger
 
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I think in class diagram and component diagram, u can look up the blueprint section on sun's website
 
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It all depends what kind of pattern are you trying to establish. If it is a structural pattern, it should be in class diagram or object diagram. If it is a behaviour pattern, it might go in sequence, collaboration, activity or statechart, depending on what is the best way to represent it.
 
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Hi Rahul,
I do not aggree with you. Design patterns divided into structural, etc depending on which tier of application design you want to apply. It is not devided to show in which part of uml diagram?
 
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