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Interfaces in Class Diagram ?

 
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All,

I've visited lot of threads in this forum on this topic : Interfaces in class diagram, and i've seen mixed responses which confuses me ...

Do we have to show the interfaces for Session Beans ? Has any one cleared Part 2 by not showing recently ?

If we dont have to show interfaces then what is the best way to represent that a session bean will be accessed via a local or a remote interface.

Personally I'd prefer not to show interfaces and mention the way a session bean is accessed in a note..or a comment.

Can you please clarify this for me ?
 
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I am also thinking of avoiding interfaces for SLSB to keep my class diagram simple and add a note that these will be accessed by Local/Remote interface. If anyone think this is not the best way, please voice out.
 
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Usman Ibrahim wrote:I am also thinking of avoiding interfaces for SLSB to keep my class diagram simple and add a note that these will be accessed by Local/Remote interface. If anyone think this is not the best way, please voice out.



I agree, and that's the way I'm also planning to proceed. I did not think too much about it though I admit. This is how I would do it in real life and that's how it is shown in Cade/Sheils 's example, so that was enough for me.
 
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