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SCEA Part 2- Sequence Diagrams

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Do we have to list/mention technology aspects of our implementation in sequence diagrams for part2? E.g If we are using Entity Bean, should we be listing calls to Home/Remote interface as part of Sequence diagrams for part 2?

Also, should we be listing these details for class diagrams? I have seen listing mentioning around 40-50 classes for some of the submissions discussed on this list. I understand that this is highly subjective and it depends how granular you want to go, but whats the right approach from SCEA Exam perspective. I feel there should not be more than 14-15 classes for this subsmission at tht high level.

Any pointers?

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I think you shouldn't put home/remote interfaces in sequence diagrams. The purpose of sequence diagram is to show the flow, not how J2EE distribution technology works.

When you draw a sequence diagram, think this way; by adding this piece of information does it helps anybody or if I discard piece of information can I still convey the message I want to covey.
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