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doubt in deployment diagram

 
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I don't want to show all the EJBs in application server node. How to show a group of EJBs??? Same case with JSPs in web server.

Thanks.

BTW, what is the difference between node and node instance? Which one to use?
 
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I use UML2 and I do it in this way: I group smaller components in one bigger component. On components diagram I draw jsp components squares inside bigger component square and call this bigger component for example ClientWebApp. Then on deployment diagram inside of nodes put only grouping components.
 
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Originally posted by Dawid Augustynowicz:
I use UML2 and I do it in this way: I group smaller components in one bigger component. On components diagram I draw jsp components squares inside bigger component square and call this bigger component for example ClientWebApp. Then on deployment diagram inside of nodes put only grouping components.



I think I am using UML 1.4 (I really don't know the difference).

I am partially overlapping one component with another and providing a note that it represents group of components.

Hope it is UML compliant.
 
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