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I have a composite entity bean in the class diagram. Should I show all the dependent objects in the component diagram?

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Hi,

Not sure how you have a composite entity bean in the class diagram? The DOM shoudl show the entities involved. A composite entity bean woudl appear in a Component Diagram.

The Class Diagram (DOM) shoudl be an extension of the BDOM. Or to put it another way, a representation of the BDOM in the software world.

The Component digram shows J2EE components. There is not necessarily a 1-to-1 relationship between entity beans and domain objects.
 
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