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JSP and class diagram

 
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How do I include JSP and Java Bean in my class diagram?
 
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Including JSP in your class diagram doesn't sound easy. You might settle for putting it in your sequence diagrams instead.
 
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Jim Conallen has a White Paper on this and has written a book "Building Web Applications with UML"
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