I am using the evaluation copy of Borland Together for creating UML diagrams.
Unlike in the Study Guide's diagrams, there is no provision to specify a format like "XYZManager(@Stateless)" in Together.
Is it alright if I specify @Stateless and @Entity as stereotypes ? i.e <<@Stateless>> above the name of the XYZManager ? Has anybody done that and have their assignments been accepted ?
The same way, a name like "customer.jsp" is not something Together would allow.
Is it okay to put a <<JSP>> stereotype for it?