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Hi fellow ranchers,

Based on the work you have done or are doing, did you put in your component diagram(s) those elements that you know should exist but are not described in the use cases (e.g. we know there should be a log in page, so do you put it as a component?)

Please let me know your thoughts.

Thanks,

Cris.
 
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I've put only those components into the diagram that are important for understanding the architecture. IMO the login box is not cruical. It's not a bad idea to add one or two lines about security in general to your comments/assumptions though.

Lars
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