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Seq Diag: Customer vs. Travel Agent

 
Jeff Belisle
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Guys,
For part 2 sequence diagrams. Do we need to submit 2 seq diagrams per usecase? For one actor being Web Customer and hitting servlet of application and for other actor being Swing Client(ravel Agent) hitting EJB layer directly bypassing servlet.

How did you guys reconcile on one diagram, if you did?

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chris hacker
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You don't have to. One for one is good enough. Remember your business model must support web clients and rich clients at same time.
 
Jeff Belisle
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Originally posted by chris hacker:
You don't have to. One for one is good enough. Remember your business model must support web clients and rich clients at same time.


So how will it be judged whether it supports or not? From Component diagram?
 
Newman Huang
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the grading for assignment is judged by how your design supports both web client and app client well. so you should demonstrate the supporting for both the two clients in your diagram.
 
Ara Tatous
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Use Abstract classes in your Sequence diagram and then be specific in your component diagram, and show them both but with an OR.
[ December 08, 2006: Message edited by: Ara Tatous ]
 
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