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Eliminate BD, SL and DAOs in the class diagram

shan gupta
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Joined: Jul 07, 2011
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Hi,

I am planning to eliminate Managed Beans, Business Delegates, Service Locator and DAOs in the class diagram as it is seems to distract the reader from the entity class modelling. To do this I may have to show some indirect dependencies as direct ones (example Session Facade -> Entities, instead of Session Facade -> DAO -> Entities)- similar to what is shown in CADEs book. I would be putting some notes around this in my description. Do you think this would be fine?

Any comments from those who have cleared SCEA and followed a similar strategy would help.

Joao Bosco Jares
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Joined: May 13, 2011
Posts: 44
shan gupta wrote:Hi,

I am planning to eliminate Managed Beans, Business Delegates, Service Locator and DAOs in the class diagram as it is seems to distract the reader from the entity class modelling. To do this I may have to show some indirect dependencies as direct ones (example Session Facade -> Entities, instead of Session Facade -> DAO -> Entities)- similar to what is shown in CADEs book. I would be putting some notes around this in my description. Do you think this would be fine?

Any comments from those who have cleared SCEA and followed a similar strategy would help.




I advise you to use all the features needed to show your design the best possible way. Not excluding the DAO.
 
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
 
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