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For already certified: Sequence Diagram is that huge???

 
Eduardo Rodrigues
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Hi guys,

For the already certified,
my sequence diagram only for "Prepare Itinerary" is veeerrrryyyyy BIG!!!
The image has 2048 X 1810 pixel.
Only the basic flow...
This is normal???
This use case is so big...
Thank you so much!!!

Bye
 
Lawrence Chettiar
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Hi,
Not sure about how big my sequence diagram was but the way to reduce the size of sequence diagram is not to put all the components in it you can easily ignore the jsp,and other util objects.

My Pay iteneary was very big it was almost 2 screen fulls but could not avoid it, so you should be fine just see if there is something obvious you can omit without harming the flow of sequence diagram, by the way I scored full marks for sequence diagram so means I did not do anything wrong and just as a hint there were only 3 components from my web tier in the sequence diagram

Lawrence
[ June 22, 2004: Message edited by: Lawrence Chettiar ]
 
Eduardo Rodrigues
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Hi lawrence.
Thank you so much!
My JSP's components are cluttering the diagram. I will show only one JSP , generic and post some notes about this!

Thank you again!
 
Eduardo Rodrigues
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BTW, how did you represented the included use cases in the sequence diagram???
I just added a object with the stereotype <<UseCase>> and set a message to him named <<include>> sendItinerary()
Is this approach correct??

Than you so much!
 
Lawrence Chettiar
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Humm included use case I presume you mean prepare and pay i.e when u build pay sequence do you show the prepare use case as one of the components NO I thing the correct way to do is via story board and I put in the first comment box that the user comes to this sequence from so and so use case / scenario. why I did so coz in IMO only the components should be in the sequence diagram and not the use case some how does not feel right to me.

Since you can do anything in the story board why not use that .

Hope it helps
Lawrence
 
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