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Representation related queries

 
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1. Do we need to represent the total details in the form of class diagrams for MVC architecture? Or is it okay to represent just the controller and a method that controls in it.

2. I'm not very clear about the UML representation (especially in class diagrams) of a JAAS security module. Do we need to represent the total architecture (I hope *NO*)?

3. Is it needed to represent JSPs as classes? Or is it okay to show them in component diagrams.

It would be great if someone help me to get familiarized in the above areas.

Thanks in advance
Suman.
 
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Guys,
Can somebody respond to my queries?

Suman.
 
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U no need to include model related classes in your class diagram like action classes and controllers etc. That will go in component digram.

I don't know how others represented JSPs. I represented it as a component in my component diagram and as <<view>> in my sequence diagrams.

Hope this helps.
 
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