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UML - requirements to coding

 
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Hi,
Iam very new to the data modelling.
Can u please suggest some good books to start with UML with a practical approach.
Or any free tutorials.
That should give enough info abt how this UML supports from requirements phase to coding phase.
Thanx in advance
 
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babu,
The books we usually recommend are:
"Applying UML and Patterns" by Craig Larman
"UML Distilled" by Martin Fowler
 
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Data modeling and UML design aren't the same thing. While it is possible to use UML for data modeling, it is atypical. There is one book out on using UML for data modeling; I skimmed through it at a bookstore, and it looked reasonable. It deals with a pretty small set of data modeling issues, but looked worthwhile if you were trying to figure out how to use UML in this way.
There are a lot of books on data modeling (i.e. modeling information for the purpose of designing database artifacts). A search on Amazon will get you a list of current offerings.
 
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