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Part 2 Component Diagram

 
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this may sound stuppid for experts but anyway...

Part 2 Assignment asks to put on Component diagram all of the J2EE components used in the system, Those can include: EJBs, Servlets, JSPs. What is the best way to put JSPs? Just as the component which does not deppend on anything? I mean no arrow that goes to or from it, or how? I understand that each component in the component diagram must have some interface which interface JSP has and if it does who talks through that interface?

My component diagram grows. Is this normal that component diagram is one big picture or should it be splitted into several smal diagrams?

PLease advise,

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Vlad.
 
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What you mean by "each component in the component diagram must have some interface". Its not true. JSP does not have any interface

Secondly you can split component diagrams into more than one. In Marc cade's case study...its done like that.
[ June 01, 2006: Message edited by: suekar meredilko ]
 
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Thank you very much for reply. Yeap that book is helpful

Vlad.
 
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