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Part II - Sequence Diagram

 
Ip Patrick
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Dear all,

Do any of you include the logon use case in your prepare itinerary, update itinerary ... sequence diagrams? Do you draw a different set of diagrams for users who are already logon on and those who are not logon on? Any ideas? Please help !!!

Thanks a lot.

Patrick
 
Ip Patrick
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Dear all,

Any one can help me?

Thanks.

Patrick
 
Luciano Queiroz
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I think there's no need to draw a different set of diagrams for users who are already logon on and those who are not logon on.

As you, I would like to insert in my sequence diagrams a previous call to "Create Profile" and "Customer Login" use cases. But I still don't know how to do it...

Other example is the use case "Price Itinerary". It receives a call from "Prepare Itinerary". I gotta find out how to illustrate this interaction inside the sequence diagram.
 
Dhiren Joshi
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I defined those as separate use cases. Got the input from previous Post.
Still to submit assignment.

U can refer to the use case by a note saying that Login use case executed etc.

HTH
Dhiren
 
Ip Patrick
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Dear all,

Thanks a lot for your help. I think I will draw logon use case and then add a note for my logon flow in other use cases.

Patrick
 
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