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If multiple stereotypes are applied to an element, it is possible to show this by enclosing each stereotype name within a pair of guillemets and listing them after each other.
A tool can choose whether it will display stereotypes or not.
As you know, we could use stereotype to show the stuffs like "Entity", "Stateless Session Bean", "Session Facade" and etc... My question is that how shall we show multiple stereotypes in Class Diagram, like a class is both a "Stateless Session Bean" and a Session Facade.
Also, how do you show an EJB or JPA Entity in Class Diagram?