I have extended the BDM to include domain classes missed out in the existing BDM so the size of my current BDM is around 15. Added to the above DAO + Interfaces + Controller classes + Supporting classes, the number of classes are more than 50 and the class diagram looks bit cluttered. Any help would be appreciated.
Sanjay, I agree with Luciano's Comments about class diagrams. However, Cade played a part in the setting up of the exams which is a worry. Therefore, I think class diagrams must be open to interpretation. Fowler has mentioned this in his book about UML. Make a decision - copy Cade or follow Luciano (Luciano's way is the mainstream).
Ray SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCEA (part -1), IBM-484, IBM-486
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