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Dear friends,
I am now trying to work out the class diagram, I have some questions about the among of entity beans for representing the domain model.
ANY IDEAS... THX

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[ August 13, 2003: Message edited by: Ajith Kallambella ]
Thx a lot... I think I have some ideas!
Dear Kent,
Does it mean that I should just model Entity Bean as a single attraction instead of having local interface, remote interface, home and local home?
But how about packaging, as I am using Rational Rose, all my classes are seperated by the package,
so if I model with Rose, I will have package within package and finally reaching the leaf package with a single attraction of entity bean inside?
How about the Value Object that I use in the model? As the entity bean has dependency on such value object as parameter or return value. Should I model them too?
Hello, I have encountered a problem about modeling class diagram.
As my classes are seperated by packages, if I keep it with the package and class hierarchy, I find I cannot show the relationship among those classes. And I will have many many diagrams depend on the package amount. I should model one big big diagram to include all the classes in it or I should leave it just as I did?
Or is there any better get-around to this?
Thx alot
Sorry something more, the reason I find it hard to model the dependency is that say:
a User will have zero or many Order.
If I model it just like normal classes, I will have a class diagram showing User Class HAVE Order Class. But now I am modeling the EJB components, and the whole component is represented by the "PACKAGE" ICON, so I cannot model such a relation. How can I do it?
A little bit background, as before I use Together in office, and they model EJB Component as a single attraction in the diagram. So it is really confuse to me.
Thx again
Hello I am a new comer to this forum, nice to meet you all.
I have a problem in working out the diagram:
I am now using rational rose to model part 2.
When I am working on the class diagram, all the classes are seperated by the packages.
say: com.fbn.travel.entity.XXXEJB.XXXBean
com.fbn.travel.entity.XXXEJB.XXXHome
com.fbn.travel.entity.XXXEJB.XXXRemote
then I will have package com, inside it I will have fbn and so on. I find it very hard to show the dependency of different EJB Components and classes across the package. Is there any method to model this?
Also within the EJB package I will show all the remote and home interfaces.
Is it correct?
Would anyone please tell me whether I am in the right track in modeling the class and component diagram.
Thx alot