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Please help with the component diagram

 
Jo Yan
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Assume I have a session facade --FacadeA which uses EntityBeanA and SLSB

Quesition is: in the component diagram, should I
1. just draw one component as FacadeA and explain the rest in the document or
2. draw 3 different components (FacadeA, EntityBeanA, SLSB)?

If the answer is 2, should I draw all the dependant objects of EntityBeanA as well?

Appreciate your help!!
 
sankha subhra das
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Jo,
I assume by facade ur referring to SLSB facade. Yes, if its a PRIMARY flow in the business ur designing the system for, you need to depict all the components. Whether u depict all those in a single diagram or as separately references is up2 you.
For alternate/additional flows, you can explain in the documentation section and link it to ur primary flow diagram(fig x). Still better if u mention a little about the design patterns ur using in ur architecture early on in the documentation section.
All dependent objects that acts as first/second class objects with a direct dependency on the bean SHOULD be depicted.The finer details of what constitutes an entity bean is known to the examiners and can be avoided. At any point to avoid duplication and redundancy, you can depict the primary flow with all components and explain the rest in the documentation section.

Thanks
Sankha Das
 
Jo Yan
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Thank you Sankha for replying!!
 
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