Originally posted by Karen Young:
Thank you, Josep. Did you show attributes and methods in the classes or were they just class names? Thank you.
I thought about this a lot. Initially I added attributes and methods to the classes. But I did not like the look of the diagram this way (all classes having different sizes..) and I did not feel it added any value to the diagram (as the methods are also displayed in the sequence diagram..)
So, In the end I removed them all. So my advise will be, only add methods if you feel it will add additional value to your diagram..
Originally posted by william smith:
congratz, you got a high score,
I would like to ask you
Thanks... still walking around with a smile..
1. do u have changed BDM ? I mean in segment and flight do u
put other class ?
No, I did not change the BDOM. There are a lot of posts in this forum about
the relation between flight and segment. Even when you do change the BDOM, you will be able to get a high score. For me changing the BDOM was not necessary.
pls. explain this issue .. how u resolved it?
2. When customer searches flights after query do u display the
search result as a segment +itinerary to customer.
I don't think I understand the question exactly. When a customer searches a flight, a Flight is displayed. I think you cannot show an itinerary because the customer has not selected a Flight(s) yet..?
3. how many component do u had ? did u show 1 component diagram ?
There are a number of ways to draw a component diagram. I followed the logic in Cade's guide:
I had about 25 components; I showed Facades, Session Beans, External subsystems. For entity beans with BMP you should display only the DAOs, For CMP you should show the entity beans. I also showed the components in the web-tier (simple design!) and components on the Travel Agent client.
It will also be usefull to look at the component diagram here: