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Representing logging and auditing

 
Sergio Figueras
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Hi folks,

I've seen some people representing auditing and logging in an external logging & auditing system and other folks representing this only mentioning this as a package inside class diagram. My question is: what should be done in this case? Does I need to refer to external logging methods on my Sequence diagrams or class diagrams?

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Sergio.
 
K. Tsang
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Hi Sergio

Will there be a class that does logging explicitly? If so yes your sequence diagram will need to refer it.

If you are using a external library like Log4J for logging, then no need to mention in class or sequence diagram.

Similarly if you are doing logging as a filter then no need.
 
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K. Tsang wrote:Hi Sergio

Will there be a class that does logging explicitly? If so yes your sequence diagram will need to refer it.

If you are using a external library like Log4J for logging, then no need to mention in class or sequence diagram.

Similarly if you are doing logging as a filter then no need.


Hi K. Tsang,

Thanks for your reply. So, where should I mention logging and auditing? On my design decisions?

Best,

Sergio.
 
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