Application connects to an external system which 'uses JMS to communicate'. How do I model/represent this system in the sequence diagram, and in the class diagram? How should I represent a WS call which is made from my application in the sequence and class diagram? I followed a tutorial which represents the WS client as a 'component' in the class diagram and sequence diagram. Do you know whether this is a good/bad idea? Do you know any ways to handle exceptions in the sequence diagram ? How detailed does the class diagram need to be? I mean all classes present in your application ( like utilities, frameworks, logging ) should be represented in the class diagram?
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client 1 locks record 1, then client 2 updates record 1 and finally client 3 unlocks record 1
Your server must be capable of handling multiple concurrent requests, and as part of this capability, must provide locking functionality as specified in the interface provided above .