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megha maria
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I am very new to oomodelling and design..havnt practised it much..mysimple question is in a jsp project if we are importing a package how do we represent that using diagrams?
Jan Cumps
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Welcome to the Ranch, Megha.

- wikipedia article about package diagrams.
- Scott Ambler's approach.


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Ran Pleasant
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megha maria wrote:I am very new to oomodelling and design..havnt practised it much..mysimple question is in a jsp project if we are importing a package how do we represent that using diagrams?


It is better to import the specific class/classes that you need and then model a relationship to those classes.
Jimmy Clark
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It is also better to display the relationships to specific packages of interest. Some packages may include many classes and instead of creating a messy, cluttered Class diagram, you could simply show the relationship to the "package" (not the specific classes in the package.)
 
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