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In Part II, I was thinking that, we have to specify all the important methods along with parameters (otherwise how would the flow be clear?).
When I saw the class diagram on Mark Cade's book online, I was almost shocked. It just had the class names and not a single method or attribute. Is this fine for the actual exam?
Also, we need to draw sequence diagrams - for that we do need to know method names etc. - this seems to be contradictory...
It is not possible to add every single attribute/method to the class diagram IMHO. I think we need to add the significant methods/attributes to the classes and of course the methods that are depicted in the sequence diagram need to be shown in the class diagram. This is explicitly mentioned in the deliverables section.
I think that our diagrams need to be more detailed (but not by much) than the diagram in chapter 9 of the SCEA study guide.
hmm...this makes it little difficult for me...
I design my classes first and then goto sequence - though when drawing class diagrams, I think about the sequence!
and also from a tool point of view, you have to indeed draw the class diagram first and then only you will be able to draw sequence...so, I have to start using my hand-drawing...which I haven't done till now.
Thanks for the valuable points though...it has made my understanding much easier...