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A question about part 2

 
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In case of "Prepare Itinerary", should I break it into several small sequence diagrams or cover everything in one big sequence diagram? There are 3 or 4 interactions with online customers in that use case and I really don't know how I can put them all in one sequence diagram. But if I break it into small pieces, then some of them(like System returns search result back to customer) will be too simple to have its own sequence diagram. Any suggestions?
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Male one sequence diagram per use case, You can use [conditions] in the sequence diagram for different sutuations.
 
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Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Thanks.


Your message was edited since you quoted content from the actual assignment. Please read our policy on SCEA questions and refrain from discussing actual assignment issues.
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[ August 13, 2003: Message edited by: Ajith Kallambella ]
 
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