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Doubts about SCEA Part II

 
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Hi folks,

I have just begun my SCEA Part II project and I would like to ask you some questions:

1. Is there maximum numbers? For example, I have designed the first use case, for both web and application modules, and I got 17 classes. Since I'm using some patterns (BusinessDelegate, BusinessObject, ServiceLocator, TransferObject, MVC, ...) and OOAD, I guess I will finish my project with something about 50 classes.

2. What about the detailing of the class diagram? In the instructions document I read that we are not suppose to inform all methods and attributs. But, I don't really know what I should suppress. For example, In my class diagram I'm showing a package representing the stubs for the EJB components. I also show the Home and Remote interfaces.

3. Assumptions notes? If I omit something in order to clarify my design, so should I specify the omited things in these notes? I didn't get the meaning of Assumptions Notes (specified in the instructions.html as a deliverable).


So, guys, I think thats all.

I hope to finish my project at the end of August.

Thank you in advance for the answers.

Best regards,
Wilder C. Rodrigues

SCEA Part I, SCAJ, SCPJ, SCDJ, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCMAD
 
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I guess I will finish my project with something about 50 classes.



You can make more than one class diagram (one for domain, one for BusinessDelaget .. and so far).
My domain classe diagram have 17 classes, and have 6 class diagramas wich includes entity beans, Facades, ServiceLocator, DAOs hierarchy etc.

I also show the Home and Remote interfaces.


I think this is too much detail.

Assumptions notes?


All thing you cant put in diagrams, like, network configuration, firewall, latency, preexisting data, agents knowleges windows interface, lenguajes, team work, etc.
 
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