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packages implementing an interface in UML

 
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How can a package implement an interface (as Larmans extension in his book describing UML points out)? Is this just the simple case where each class is of the same type?
 
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I have a similar question,
which of these diagrams can implement interfaces
-package diagram
-component diagram
-deployment diagram
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Package and Component disagram can implemnt interface.
 
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Originally posted by steven brown:
How can a package implement an interface (as Larmans extension in his book describing UML points out)? Is this just the simple case where each class is of the same type?


How about facade patern? Provide a unified interface to a set of interfaces in a subsystem. Facade defines a higher-level interface that makes the subsystem easier to use.
 
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