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Sequence diagram to support application client and web client

 
Rama Kundurthi
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I have a general question related to sequence diagram.

If an usecase can be done from both application client & web client and need to show this in sequence diagram, is it advisable to show them in same sequence diagram or two diagrams?.

Different controllers and request handlers are needed in these two cases.

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Dhiren Joshi
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Rama,
U need to mainly focus on the web customer and generally I havent seen any SCEA go into detail for agent application for the sequence diagrams. Explain how ur framewrok can support both in notes /assumptions
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Dhiren
 
Rama Kundurthi
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OK. Thanks Dhiren. I will mention it supporting documentation. Only thing is, there might be different controller is needed (or design controller generic enough to handle both app client and web client)
 
Dhiren Joshi
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Rama,
That part u can show in your component diagram.
If u want u cd make another sequence diagram for application( not required. many SCEA have done 4 diagarms only).
Mainly show in compoentn diagram how ur client app will access your framework and u shd be good.
HTH
Dhiren
 
Senthil Rajendran
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As Dhiren says you can depict sequence diagrams with respect to the web client

or

depcit the sequence diagram from the EJB controller which is going to be common to both the clients and have 2 seperate diagrams to explain the MVC interaction of the web & app client. I took the second approach and secured full marks.
 
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