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Hi

You said the class diagram is technology indepenent. Does this mean that the class diagram contains only the domain objects?

I feel when yr class diagram involves components like controller ( EJBs), service locator etc , it becomes j2ee specific.

Plese explain.

Thanks and regards
Siva
 
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class diagram should be technology independent. I am right now working on part 2 and my class diagram is basically the extension of the BDOM. If you look at post where people have cleared this exam they have basically done the same thing. Also technology independent means that you dont attach any specific contraints such as Entity beans or SLSB.
Hope this clears your question.
Subu
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