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representing different views in same sequence diagram

 
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Hi everyone,

Can anyone point to a good example of a sequence diagram representing different client views in the same sequence diagram?

One of my thoughts is to generically represent a view with a sterotype like <<screen>> which could be used for any client which would display that page - whether JSP, swing, HTML etc....

Any thoughts or comments?
 
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Peter:
If you want to use a <<stereotype>>, consider using the ones that Sun uses. They list and define the ones used in the Patterns in this article:
http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/patterns/UseOfUML.html
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Ah, good idea. Looks like in this case I would use <<view>>.

Thanks.
 
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