The Unified Modeling Language is a tool for designing object-oriented software. In terms of describing Java Server Pages on Class diagrams, these are Servlet classes. You could represent the JSP page as Class. If you are creating an Object diagram, then you could represent the JSP page as an Object.
The Unified Modeling Language is the visual tool for designing object-oriented software. There are software applications that help humans use the UML in varying degrees. However, the UML is independent from any supporting software application or editor and can certainly be used without such an application, i.e. you can create UML-based diagrams using paper and pencil or on a whiteboard or in MS Word.
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thanks to all for your reply,
- Which UML version i supposed to use in diagrams 1.0 or 2.0 ?
- regarding sterotypes in class diagram which is most appropriate way specific to JEE like, i write <<entity>> or <<@entity>> ?
- I know it is common, but i would like to discuss it,
is it fine to add some more entities in the class diagram if i feel it is necessary ?, for example i find some new entities in the use cases which are not in BDM
- one question for those who read the "Mark Cade and Humphrey Sheil second edition" book's chapter 9.
what are those classes which are un stereotyped and without any attribute and operation
like characteristics class , bidder and seller class
i think they are pojo's