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Chee Seng
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What is the detailed level required?

Does the message arrow must point to a actual method? Or a simple label describing the message flow will be enough?
 
sriram ramanathan
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The arrow must point to the object receiving the message. The method name called is the label for the arrow.
 
Chee Seng
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which one is acceptable in SCEA?

e.g.
call delete method
------------------------------->

OR

delete(id:String):void
-------------------------------->
 
Ramon Gill
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You can just say 'delete'. Look at the sequence diagrams in the case study at the end of Cade's book.
Ray
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Mahesh G Patil
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Hi,
One question related to Sequence diagrams. Normally Sequence diagrams are drawn for one Use Case. How can I show included Use Cases in Sequence diagram ? e.g. Showing price Itinerary in Prepare Itinerary Sequence Diagram. Or Log in use case in Prepare Itinerary Sequence Diagram when user is not logged in.

Cheers,
Mahesh
 
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