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How to show in sequence diagram the SSL requirement

 
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Requirement to show in sequence diagram is:
All interaction with the customer and the system must be secured with SSL.

Is it sufficeint to add a note to the sequence diagrams that all the calls made are using https?

What other approach can I take to depict in the sequence diagram that it is secure with SSL?

For the use case of swing client (non-web), what is the preferred way of showing in the use case that all the interactions are using SSL?
 
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Originally posted by Sam Gehouse:
Requirement to show in sequence diagram is:
All interaction with the customer and the system must be secured with SSL.

Is it sufficeint to add a note to the sequence diagrams that all the calls made are using https?

What other approach can I take to depict in the sequence diagram that it is secure with SSL?

For the use case of swing client (non-web), what is the preferred way of showing in the use case that all the interactions are using SSL?




i just added a note....
 
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