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Cade's Component diagram

Devashish Bansal
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Joined: May 12, 2011
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In Cade's Component diagram, for connecting various components an arrow with <<uses>> is used everywhere whereas in real world diagrams as far as i know, we always use ports defined on each component and connect these ports by defining "provided interface" and "required interface" on 2 connecting components.

Can anybody please validate if Cade's component diagram is fully UML compliant and we can follow the same practice or this is again a matter of discussion (if it is then please add this to CadeSheilSceaFaq)


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Usman Ibrahim
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Joined: May 19, 2011
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I have used to connect various components using the ports by having required/provided interface.


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Devashish Bansal
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Anybody did like Cade's component diagram and passed exam?
 
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