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separate sequence diagrams for buttons

Edward Chen
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In the Part 2 exam, if I have multiple buttons on one JSF page, do I need to provide separate sequence diagrams for each of them ?

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Yes. They are doing different things and just happen to live on the same page. For example, suppose I have buttons for "add" and "delete." These do different things and are going to have different sequence diagrams.

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