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Pamir Bahret
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Joined: Jul 17, 2003
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I want to make the component diagram for petstore application but I'm stuck with that. I don�t know ho much detailed should be.
I must show SignOnFilter, MainServlet, Dispatcher, HTMLAction, ServiceLocator WebController, EJBController, StateMachine, ClientFacade EJBAction
and Entitys ??
[ July 22, 2003: Message edited by: Pamir Bahret ]
Juan Rolando Prieur-Reza
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Joined: Jun 20, 2003
Posts: 236
Originally posted by Pamir Bahret:
I want to make the component diagram for petstore application but I'm stuck with that. I don’t know ho much detailed should be.
I must show SignOnFilter, MainServlet, Dispatcher, HTMLAction, ServiceLocator WebController, EJBController, StateMachine, ClientFacade EJBAction
and Entitys ??
[ July 22, 2003: Message edited by: Pamir Bahret ]

Hello,
It seems to me that the Component Diagram should demonstrate that you know how to organize your system into components that. The components should
serve to describe the system, and they should delineate software "units" from the point of view of deployment. - that's my thought.


Juan Rolando Prieur-Reza, M.S., LSSBB, SCEA, SCBCD, SCWCD, SCJP/1.6, IBM OOAD, SCSA
Pamir Bahret
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Joined: Jul 17, 2003
Posts: 21
Originally posted by john prieur:

Hello,
It seems to me that the Component Diagram should demonstrate that you know how to organize your system into components that. The components should
serve to describe the system, and they should delineate software "units" from the point of view of deployment. - that's my thought.

Hi!
I saw in a book for UML something like that: If an object implements some interfaces and can be changed with other implementation and not affect the system than this object can be considered a component (This is the case for all DAO's). In this case the EJBAction. HTMLAction and Event are all components? Some architects say that the component diagram represents a class diagram but with only dependencies.
 
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