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Low Level Design Document

 
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Hi All,
We have been following a low level design document format which to me is very ancient and outdated. I would be thankful if somebody could provide some guidelines or provide with a template regarding how to go about a low level design document for a mid size enterprise application to be coded using MVC architecture under STRUTS framework... Even general guidelines are welcome..
Thanks in Advance,
Yogesh
 
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Originally posted by Yogesh Mathur:
Hi All,
We have been following a low level design document format which to me is very ancient and outdated. I would be thankful if somebody could provide some guidelines or provide with a template regarding how to go about a low level design document for a mid size enterprise application to be coded using MVC architecture under STRUTS framework... Even general guidelines are welcome..
Thanks in Advance,
Yogesh


You can always add some basic use case and sequence diagrams that will work along with MVC & Struts.
 
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I would suggest using http://www.agilemodeling.com/ as a guideline for your modeling effort.
For more specific tips we needed to know what you want to document and for what reasons.
 
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