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Is it necessary to draw the picture of jsp for part II?

jianming chen
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As title. Did anybody draw sample jsps for part II? Sometimes I feel if no sample JSP, the sequence diagram is not clear enough.
Rishi Shehrawat
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I am showing JSP in sequence diagram.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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What is a sample JSP? If the name of a JSP that is the "return point" in the sequence diagram, I agree to include it. If it is an actual JSP then no, you don't need to write any code.


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jianming chen
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Sorry, to clarify, what I mean is to draw picture of jsp, or what I want to show in each jsp and basic layout.
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No. That is definitely out of scope. It is too low level for this exam.
 
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