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.NET SOA based Low level design document

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Hi

Can anybody provide me with sample technical LLD document for a .net project based on on SOA

.i.e. services, methods,parameters and how data objects are called, how various services interact with one another

best practices to be followed in LLD design

Your help is appreciated

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Hi,

Are you talking about modelling the interactions between components? In this case I would say you are talking about UML. Trying to write a textual document about how services interact with eachother and how one component calls another is not an easy thing to do and the old saying that "a picture speaks a thousand words" comes to mind.

UML is perfect for what you describe as "services, methods,parameters and how data objects are called, how various services interact with one another"

The diagrams you would be interested in are use case, activity, class and interaction (sequence) diagrams. Each of these types of diagram shows the system from a different viewpoint.

Not sure if this is what you are after.

Hope this helps,

Darren
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Hi Darren

I want to prepare a LLD and want to get a template of sort for quick start. I want the developers to go through and understand what they have to do.
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