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Hi,

In the sequence diagram for the assignment, in the use cases where there are two actors involved (ie) Travel agent or the customer. How should we show it in the sequence diagram?
Please help.

Thanks,
Subu
 
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Originally posted by subu ananthram:
Hi,

In the sequence diagram for the assignment, in the use cases where there are two actors involved (ie) Travel agent or the customer. How should we show it in the sequence diagram?
Please help.

Thanks,
Subu



Hi Subu,

If you search in our forum, you can find answers to your questions.

I foucused each time on one actor and explained why I did so. I hope that the SUN accept my focusing.

Good luck
Lucy
 
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