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need guideline on part II

 
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Hi everybody,
I am working on part II currently, got a couple of questions, your help is very much appreciated.
First, what level of detail do I need to show on my class diagram? I have over 30 classes (including servlet, ejb, DAO, business delegate, fast lane reader, etc.), do I need to show all of them? If I do that, the diagram will be pretty clumsy and not easy to read. Similiar question for component diagram.
Second, I am using Rose to do the modeling. How can I generate the final result Sun expected? Can I publish the whole model and create the jar file base on that?
 
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You will find a wealth of information if you search this forum. I think your class diagram is too complicated.
 
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