You need to do one sequence diagram per use-case. I haven't seen your assignment but I think all have more than one use case. So that's a yes. :-)
I just started using Visual Paradigm and I have to say that I find it very efficient for drawing sequence diagrams. So far I was working with Poseidon, which works great, until you hit the sequence diagrams... Which are a straight-up nightmare. Both in version 6 and 8. I got to the point where I saved my work and restarted to get rid of strange GUI artefacts (mouse cursors stuck in wait state, etc), and I couldn't open my file anymore. This is where I cut my losses and switched to Visual Paradigm.
So yes, I just ran into the issue of the watermarks as well. I'm finding that the result is not acceptable, in the sense that I don't want to submit my diagrams with these watermarks. But what you can do, is do your assignment and then get a 10-day trial license for the commercial version to do generate the output with no watermarks.
SCJP 1.4 -- SCJD Java 2 -- OCM JEA 5
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But what you can do, is do your assignment and then get a 10-day trial license for the commercial version to do generate the output with no watermarks.
Sorry, nooo that doesn't work, I guess the Visual Paradigm developers figured that one out as well. If you have a commercial edition with a trial license, you also get watermarks. I'm attaching an example.
Joined: Oct 10, 2011
Thanks Paul. I believe a couple of people before us DID Visual paradigm to do the assignment and they liked this UML tool (just as I do -) as well. I hope someone can point us in the
right direction to remove the watermarks.
Thanks Sharma. I used the community edition to do my UML diagrams and it was very good as you say. Got screen grabs and submitted my assignment. The clarity of screen prints was good enough.
I passed SCEA too!