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UML 2 or UML 1

 
akram badr
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hi ,

is this required to use UML 2 or we can use UML 1

please any answer
 
s patnaik
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UML 2.x is significantly more mature than UML 1.x. It is more detailed and expressive. The whole spec is a 4 part document. The UML Superstructure which is the formal definition of the elements of UML is itself 600 pages. That just goes to say to what level of detail the OMG has gone to provide a complete (or almost) software and business process modelling solution.

From the exam perspective, it is not specified anywhere as to which version of UML should be used (at least I have not seen it anywhere) but you have to have a good reason to favour a 15 year old version rather than the more updated one.

There is a discussion on this forum on this same topic -

Difference between UML 1.4 and UML 2.0

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