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Part 2 - number of seq. diagrams

 
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Hi,
Just wondering about the number of sequence diagrams we need to provide. The Use Case Diagram lists 7, but there are 4 detailed use cases. So, how many diagrams do I need to include? 7 or 4? Thanks!
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I also want to know it.Who can tell.Thanks a lot.
 
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You only need to provide sequence diagrams for the DETAILED use cases in the assignment, i.e. 4 use cases. But that does not mean you have to have only 4 sequence diagrams. I had only 4, but I have heard of people who have made more than 4 diagrams so they could better document alternative flows.
 
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