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Sequential Diagram

Posted By: BangaruBabuPureti     Posted Date: May 27, 2010    Points: 2   Category :Patten/Practices
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Choose two entities (e.g. Company and Employee)
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Read the notation on the second entity (e.g. the crow's feet with the O above it next to the Employee entity).

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UML provides a number of diagram types as a mechanism for entering model elements into the model and showing overlapping sets of models elements and their relationships. UML does not specify what diagrams should be created or what they should contain, only what they can contain and the rules for connecting the elements. The diagram types include:

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Activity Diagrams - a generic flow chart used much in business modelling and sometimes in use case modelling to indicate the overall flow of the use case. This diagram type replaces the need for dataflow diagrams but is not a main diagram type for the purposes of analysis and design.

Use Case Diagram

The use case diagram shows the functionality of the system from an outside-in viewpoint.

Actors (stick men) are anything outside the system that interacts with the system.

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