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Part-2: Representing database in the component diagram

Kiran S Govindaiah
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Hello all,

Is it necessary to represent the database as a subsystem(just like Cade) or is it sufficient to show a bean accessing a DAO/EJB.

If it is necessary to represent a database in the Component diagrams then should I just show a subsystem or is there any method of representing it.

Any suggestions are welcome.

Thanks,
Kiran S G


Regards,<br />Kiran<br />SCJP 1.4, SCBCD 1.3<br /> <br />"Long live Java"
 
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