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Stereotypes in sequence diagram

 
Din Don
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Hi All,
According to UML standard, when making up stereotypes/constraint in UML sequence diagram, am I free to use whatever description I wish ?

For example, in the object box for a EJB, I put the stereotype as <<stateless session bean>>, or in a message sent from a servlet to an actor who is a real person, I put down {https} as the constraint. Are these OK ?

Thanks a lot for any advice.
 
Ricardo Ferreira
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Originally posted by Din Don:
Hi All,
According to UML standard, when making up stereotypes/constraint in UML sequence diagram, am I free to use whatever description I wish ?

For example, in the object box for a EJB, I put the stereotype as <<stateless session bean>>, or in a message sent from a servlet to an actor who is a real person, I put down {https} as the constraint. Are these OK ?

Thanks a lot for any advice.


Yes, this is a good approach in modeling. Congratulations!
 
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