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Are we supposed to include classes for the presentation tier in the class diagram? How about the classes for the Client Application (GUI/Swing)?
Cade's book does not show these classes; only business objects and Session Facades.
But if we do not include these in the class diagram, how are we supposed to show them in the sequence diagrams?
 
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i dont think we need to include presentation tier and the SWING GUI program
but ur class diagram need to be able to support those two mentioned above, like a class in ur class diagram that will be used by the Swing GUI program
 
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Hi ,
I read in some discussions that the classes in the diagram need represent only bussiness model.
Can you clarify if thats acceptable,since you suggested real classes So I am confused.
Thanks
Dhiren
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