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How to depict a use case in UML in sequence diagram

 
Dhiren Joshi
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I am not quite sure how to depict a use case in sequence diagram.
Many times I have asked this question and I have been forward to agilemodeling.com .
That solution doesnt work becuase in Rose I am not able to show a use case
icon in sequence. I tried that.
Can any SCEA passouts give thier suggestion.
I am using Rose.
Thanks
Dhiren
 
Dhiren Joshi
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Resurrecting the thread .Again some one please reply.

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Dhiren
 
Parag Doshi
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Dhiren,
I used the regular classifier (boxes) to represent the different use cases. I added the sterotype as <<Use Case>>. I also used the messages to indicate that the use case is included as part of the flow of this module. For example, to include the 'Log In' use case, I used the following message:

[If customer not logged in] <<include>>
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And the arrow points to the use case stereotyped classifier box.

hope this helps..

Parag
 
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use case realization
 
Dhiren Joshi
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Thanks Parag and Billy Tsai
Dhiren
 
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