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SCEA part2: What file format the UML diagrams should be in?

 
jasmeet bhatia
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Hi,

I created the UML diagrams using microsoft visio (believe it or not
its pretty powerful!). I was also able to save the diagrams either as
Jpegs or html's themselves. But since my class diagram is too big (>25
classes), the diagram does not open up in readable format in the
browser.

Is it acceptable to provide a "jpeg" link to the diagramd from the
html document and put a note there to tell the instructor to open it
in picture manager or paint and zoom?

jasmeet
 
Theodore Casser
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I was in much the same boat - all I did, with regards to my graphics, was put links in my HTML document to the jpegs so that the reviewer could see them.
 
Erik Brakkee
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Hi,


Just a thought, but if your diagrams are getting too big to show on one page then you are perhaps showing too much information in one diagram.

What I always do is show an overall structure in one diagram and then zoom in in separate diagrams. This makes the design also easier to comprehend. Or does the SCEA examination impose an upper limit on the number of class diagrams?

Cheers
Erik
 
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