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help for sequence diagram and class diagram for scea part 2

 
raj sirohi
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Hello,

In my sequence / class diagrams I am showing transfer objects, managed beans, business delegate , service locator apart from other objects in my class diagram. My question is am I showing too much detail ? is it ok to show managed beans etc in class diagram and sequence diagram.

I read in mark's book that class diagram / sequence diagram should be framework agnostic, but when I looked at the samples in epractize labs / other books it shows framework objects as well.
thanks a lot

Raj

 
chetan agg
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Yes, Class diagram is better to be tech agonostic. You can show managed beans to make class diagram representing complete solution but do not mark it as managedbean sterotype. For example, LoginCMD can be shown in class diagram and it can be implemented as struts action class or JSF managed bean.

For Sequence diagrams, it is better to show all classes like managed bean, service locator, POJOs. It is better to provide all details in SD to make things clear for developers.

 
raj sirohi
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Thanks a lot Chetan.
 
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