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Part II - Login

 
Muhammad Asif
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Hi,

In fbn, there are areas where login is required. Now my question is for login use case, should i use one of the finder methods in EJBs, or use a stateless session EJB for such service ?

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Steve Taiwan
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no, api is not necessary.
Using ref fragment in sequence diagram is enough.
 
Paul Codillo
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Hi Steve,

What UML tool did you use to include ref frames on your UML diagram? I can't seem to get my StarUML stimulus to connect to my ref frame.

Paul
 
Steve Taiwan
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In StarUML, manually change framekind attribute to ref.

I used RSA to draw UML diagrams for SCEA.
 
venkat bagavathi subramanian
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Hi,
I was having a similar but general doubt regarding the assign.
There would be other use cases besides those captured, like the admin use-cases, login etc. Are we to assume them as beyond the scope or include them in the design documents.
Please explain "Using ref fragment in sequence diagram is enough".
Thanks
venkat
 
Steve Taiwan
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Please read UML 2.0 for fragments, frames, interaction operators.

http://www.sparxsystems.com/EAUserGuide/index.html?interactionoperators.htm

admin use case should be out of scope.
 
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