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Class Diagrams

 
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Class diagram in the cade's book shows jsp's and Java EE stereotypes, i was just wondering weather this is the right approach, its kind of coupling technology choice with domain model. What do you guys think?

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Ajay
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There are a bunch of posts discussing this issue - I've seen a few without even searching for them. To summarize: most go with Cades' approach though it is not what they would do in real work assignment.
 
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