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No this is not a homework LOL.

It is nice to get in the habit of doing design and development in a proper way. This is what I want to accomplish:

A jsp page with two buttons ("User info" and "Search info"). In the user information page, 3 data fields, with a submit button to commit the date to a database or to an XML file. Also in a search page to have three list boxes to display the data from these three fields.

All I am interested, is UML diagram and developing documentation such that if it is giving to a programmer can do the coding.

In other words, I will focus in the coding part later on. There is no rush and I don't have a dealine. I just want to have practice doing things the right way and not to jump to codding. I have done some reading on UML but still is a bit hard to have it totally under control. And, how actually the search is done will be dealt later on. At this point it is just to diaplay the entire data (one field in each list box).

Thank you.
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by:anilallewar
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From a low level design perspective this is what you can create for your requirement.

1. A class diagram describing the  JSP(not really recommended as its a UI component) and the servlet/service that gets called.
2. A sequence diagram showing control flow for what calls the JSP, the servlet invoved, VO set in request/session and then used in the JSP.

Let me know if you have specific questions.
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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Thank you for the response. Basically, my original question should habe been how can I do the following:

1. A class diagram describing the  JSP and the servlet/service that gets called.
2. A sequence diagram showing control flow for what calls the JSP, the servlet invoved, VO set in request/session and then used in the JSP.

Regards,

Mike
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by:Sathish David Kumar N
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HI Mike ,

there is lot of tool is there ... like (magic draw, ratinaol rose ) .. you can use the tool . its mostly drag and drop only ...

>>>>>>>  1. A class diagram describing the  JSP and the servlet/service that gets called.

example you take one request you will poss to jsp to servlet and

you just flow of where will its goes ....

1. mention jsp name  after that it will goes to services , services will call some java method and return in same manaor ....
2. write different diagram for service class what method u have used and logic you used like that ...
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