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I am working on my SCEA assignment, but now that I am almost ready I read again the workshop and found:

The following business domain model describes the key objects identified during the workshops. All of these objects and relaitionships between them should be addresed in your design and implementation



But, my design is based on the assumption that the system should be extensible, then I replace 3 objects (cigars) from my BDM (BusinessDomainModel) for just one (Product), but now I think this illegal and I should use the same model.

Is it possible to have a class diagram different from the BDM?

Thanks in advance,

Raúl
 
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Hi,

i also got the Big Smokes Cigar Assignment and i was not really happy with the domain model.

So i changed it, put an new diagram into my solution and wrote down what changes i made to the domain model and why.

I passed, so i guess it was ok to change the domain model and justify the changes.

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Uli
 
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Thank you so much for your feedback, I was so confused with the quotation.

Now I'll try to justify my changes and the adds to my model.

Greetings
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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