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From Gerry Chike <gch...@cisco.com>
Subject Re: Link to UML Diagrams
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2001 13:49:37 GMT
Hi All,
Here's a sequence diagram (.GIF format courtesy of TogetherSoft) that I created based on the
article below. Although outdated, conceptually it is still valid.

Enjoy!
Gerry

At 06:18 PM 01/29/2001 -0800, Wong Kok Wai wrote:
>There was a very good article of Struts in the Nov
>2000 issue of JavaReport. In it, there is a sequence
>diagram showing the flow. Although outdated by now, it
>is still a good reference to read. Bad news is there
>is no online version. Maybe the author David Geary
>(who should be on this list) can help?
>
>--- vze253rf <david.diskin@verizon.net> wrote:
>> This is a great idea and would really help newbies
>> like me figure out how to use
>> Struts.  A couple simple scenarios accompanied by
>> interaction diagrams would
>> really help.
>> 
>> David Diskin
>> 
>> "Hines, Bill" wrote:
>> 
>> > This guy is probably realizing now just what he
>> got himself into by offering
>> > diagrams! Actually, what I'd like to see other
>> than just class diagrams, is
>> > a nicely done UML sequence diagram to show how the
>> flow and interaction
>> > works between the various components (and maybe a
>> collaboration diagram as
>> > well). That would be an invaluable piece of
>> high-level documentation to add
>> > to the 1.0 deployment!
>> >
>> > Bill Hines
>> > Hershey Foods
>> >
>
>
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