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abd hassan
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I started on part2 again last week after delaying it for many months. I've read the requirements and now I'm trying to work on the class diagram. I looked at Cade's example and I see that there is no aggregation or composition shown on the class diagram. Is it ok to show a simple association with navigability, multiplicity only on the actual class diagram? Thanks.
 
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Originally posted by abd hassan:
I started on part2 again last week after delaying it for many months. I've read the requirements and now I'm trying to work on the class diagram. I looked at Cade's example and I see that there is no aggregation or composition shown on the class diagram. Is it ok to show a simple association with navigability, multiplicity only on the actual class diagram? Thanks.


Hi Hassan, (I hope that is your first name. )

My BDM holds navigability, multiplicity. I think that it is important stuff for the BDM. Since I have not passed part II and III I do not have a clue if that is okay. Furthermore, I did not any searching of that topic, since IMO these information is a must for the BDM.

Lucy
 
abd hassan
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Thanks.I guess being more descriptive on the class diagram won't hurt although you increase the probability of commiting errors in the process. I don't think I would go for adding anything extra if its not needed..but that's something I'm still trying to figure out.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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