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How to show JSF in a class diagram

 
Sharma Ashutosh
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In my SCEA-Part 2-I am going to use JSF for front end.
I will be using JSPs, Beans from JSF stack. How to depict them in a class diagram?
 
Anand Ramesh
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I am not sure why you want to show JSF in the class diagram. You can always show it in the component diagram: JSPs and Faces Servlet as controller
 
Sharma Ashutosh
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I know that we need to mention the technology components in the component diagram.
But within the class diagram-how to show JSPs and the Beans? Do we also need to show which classes our Beans extend or just the beans that we are going to use?
 
Anand Ramesh
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In my assignment I mentioned , EJBs ,main design pattern implementation classe and domain classes.
You take a look at SCEA study guide By Mark Cade and Simon Roberts. I followed the same approach.
 
Unnikrishnan Nair
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I dont think you have to show JSF in your class diagram. As mentioned in another response above, consider showing them only in component diagrams
 
Sharma Ashutosh
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I know the answer now. I need to use stereo types to show whether it is a JSP or something else.
I know we need to talk about technologies in the component diagram only.
 
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