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Hello all,

I have read many threads regarding how to represent client in sequence diagrams, but am still confused.

1) To what extent is the swing app being represented? Are Swing classes noted in the sequence diagram?

2) For the web client, Cade example will cover this.

3) For the Swing app., does anyone know where to find info on the EJB client container...is there a interface/api available? Could this be used in the sequence diagram?

Is login shown in sequence diagram?

Thanks for any help.

-Saha
 
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Anyone?

-Saha
 
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hmm..we seem to be exchanging too many responses between two of us..:-)))

1) You can show swing classes (if that gives you a satisfaction...:-)..) but as a norm in sequence diagram we can mark the any UI component as JSP. But again its a personal preference. Atleast I am not aware of any rules regarding this

3) Not sure whether there is a need to show EJBContainer. I am going to mark it as a generic swing component or name it something meaningful. I think its not worth the effort to research this one for EJB Client Container implementation

Showing login in sequence diagram is a personal preferance. I think one can show it as a seperate sequence diagram since login is a generic sequence that users have to perform for all other aspects of business application

Thanks
 
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