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Component Diagram

 
Ram Ruk
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Hi, how much detail is required in the component diagram? Should we show every interface and relationship? Since this is for 44 points, I am wondering if someone could point me to at least the most important details in the component diagram?

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Morten Franorge
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I'm wondering about the same thing. 44 points is a lot, and there's really no perfect example of how a component diagram should look. Should it contain all session beans, etc.. Or is just stating a "SessionBeans"-component enough?

In my diagram I have a JSPs( one component) FrontController, SessionBeans (one component), DAOs (one component)...and so on. I have also organized them within servers (appserver, webserver, dbserver, ff-server and containers (ejb container, servlet container).

Am I on track?
 
Dan Drillich
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Absolutely on the right track.
 
Nitin Singh
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I have also organized them within servers (appserver, webserver, dbserver, ff-server and containers (ejb container, servlet container).

Component diagram does not show servers right? those are shown on deployment diagram?
 
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Well, yeah. I have however added servers etc to my diagram as it's vital as it says something about remote and local interfaces, and security. It's logical servers, really, not the physical servers.
 
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