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From "Matthew T. Adams" <matthew.ad...@xcalia.com>
Subject RE: Proposal: recursive classes in detachable shopping cart model
Date Sat, 21 Jan 2006 01:15:43 GMT
Sorry, attachments got nixed.  Use the text description or ArgoUML and open
the project file.

--matthew

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Matthew T. Adams [mailto:matthew.adams@xcalia.com] 
>Sent: Friday, January 20, 2006 5:09 PM
>To: jdo-dev@db.apache.org
>Subject: Proposal: recursive classes in detachable shopping cart model
>
>
>Hi everyone,
>
>Craig asserted on the conference call today that we would 
>probably need a
>new object model that contained recursive references since the 
>shopping cart
>object model didn't have any classes that exhibit this 
>feature.  Since the
>shopping cart model does have class Product, it seems that 
>there could be
>two places to add recursive references:  on Product itself, so that a
>Product could be defined as a bundle of other Products, and/or 
>we could add
>a class ProductCategory that could be used to categorize Products, and
>Products could be placed into zero or more ProductCategories.
>
>This would change the current model, depicted in the attached file
>ShoppingCartClassDiagram.png, to the one depicted in the attached
>ProposedShoppingCartClassDiagram.png.
>
>Thoughts?
>
>Note:  I've added and committed an ArgoUML project to tck20 at
>trunk/tck20/src/uml/org/apache/jdo/tck/pc/shoppingcart/shopping
>cart.argo.uml
>if you want to see the model yourself.  I used the open source ArgoUML
>0.18.1 (http://argouml.tigris.org) to create it.
>
>--matthew
>
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