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class diagram perspective.

 
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I don't know how far we need to give details in the class diagram. Most of the guys who passed the exam made it more or less technology independent. So if I understand correctly, we need to cater for the conceptual perspective, which is language independent(according to UML distilled) and describing the most significant concepts and relations of the problem domain, with no methods and attributes( acc to sun's requirement).

Or should it be more oriented towards a specification perspective, which describe the actual classes and interfaces of the application instead of the concepts of the problem domain.
 
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I read Mark Cade's guide and did the class diagram in the similiar way in Chapter 8
 
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hi,

i am going to distinguish between three different types of classes
in my class diagramm

boundaries
controlls
entities

I think this is technology independent enough. other people passed the
exam having only entities described, as I read here in other threads.
 
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