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UML Compliance test in OCMJEA

 
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Hi Ranchers,

I am in process of doing Assignment. I have below questions on UML compliance test of the created diagrams:

1. How the UML validation will be performed if we prepare HTML files with references to images files (Class, Sequence, Component diagrams etc)?
2. Do we need to share files in any UML format so that they will be validating on UML compliance?

I am confused, please clarify.

Thanks, Raghu
 
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Raghavendra Desoju wrote:
1. How the UML validation will be performed if we prepare HTML files with references to images files (Class, Sequence, Component diagrams etc)?
2. Do we need to share files in any UML format so that they will be validating on UML compliance?



The diagrams you provide are in UML. The HTML is just a way to present it. It's like making a web page with image in it.


Again the diagram is in UML format. From it Oracle and you will know if it's compliant or not. For example, component diagram the "component" symbol is different in UML 1.x and 2.x, surely you ought to be using UML 2.x

UML 2.x


UML 1.x


Notice the difference?

You can also use this notation to prevent the confusion
 
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Thank you for the clarification !!
 
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