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Part 2 Sequence Diagram

 
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Dear All,

I've noticed that Cade's worked solution always uses Asynchronous call messages "solid line with open arrow head" between all lifelines, back and forth !

Question : for example, when returning a search result back to a previuos lifeline, shouldn't we use Reply Message "dashed line with open arrow head" ?
 
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I think you should use UML 2.0 syntax


http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/3101.html

If you are using visualparadigm for the assignment you can select arrows for synchronous, asynchronous and return message.

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Cade's sequence diagram is incorrect. Check this out:
https://coderanch.com/how-to/java/CadeSheilSceaFaq
 
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