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Showing Design Pattern in Diagrams (Part 2)...

 
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Dear all,
Just want to have a discussion on where will you guys show design pattern for Part 2 diagrams.
My plan is I mainly show the design pattern (i.e. session facade, business delegate, DAO, VO and etc) on comoponent diagram and try to keep less pattern related matters in class diagram and sequence diagrams. It is because if showing design pattern related objects in sequence diagrams, it will make the diagrams quite difficult to read and also it seems the main purpose of sequence diagram is to show the message communication between objects, so I think depicts design pattern objects in component is fair enough.
Any comments?
Peter
 
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Hi Peter,
Putting the design pattern related stuff in component diagram is a favoured approach I too found in many forums. As you mentioned, it would help keep the class & sequence diagrams simpler and get the seq diagram concentrate more on communication flow .
Thanks,
Dhanush
 
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