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Including getters/setters on Entities within class diagram for Assigment

Joe O'Toole
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Joined: Mar 02, 2009
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Hi

Just wondering if people think it is necessary to include getters/setters on the entities within the class diagram for their assignment

Thanks
Joe
Marcelo Ortega
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Joined: May 31, 2005
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We would normally only show important accessor methods in class diagrams. The Entities represent data from a relational database, so the private attributes can serve this purpose. But its your choice.


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Joe O'Toole
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Thanks Marcelo
 
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