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Does anyone show the Log in and Create Profile Sequence Diagrams TO SUN?  RSS feed

 
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I have already 9 sequence diagrams(not including the log in and create profile).I have see some one pass the exam with only 4 sequence diagrams?
So i want some advices about my sequence diagrams? Are log in and creat eprofile sequence diagrams must be contained in design??
 
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Jerry,

If you already have 9 SDs, how come the Create and login are not there?
I suppose you are having different SDs for the Travel and Passenger client.
I think it will be good to show the Create and Login. I'll be having them in my SDs.
 
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I did pass with only four sequence diagrams, though I'd hardly call my score spectacular. So it's possible, but I'd also agree that more information rarely hurts.
 
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I agree that you should have a SD for the "Create Profile" usecase,
but the login could be done by the web-container if you have
JAAS configured with e.g. form based authentication.

In this case I see no necessity for having a sd for the login
usecase because the container is doing it by specification.

what do you mean?

regards

Alireza
 
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