JSP in UML
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Posted By:   devang_parikh
Posted On:   Wednesday, July 16, 2003 05:40 AM

Is there anyway that we can incorporate JSP pages in my any of UML design diagram ?

See my constraint is, in class diagram you can design classes those extend Servlet/EJB/Struts framework. My view component will be JSP and if i want to display the complete design that should fit JSP also in this.

I am using JDeveloper9i to design the same. But it doesn't allow me to incorporate my JSP pages.

Please Help me

Re: JSP in UML

Posted By:   Christopher_Koenigsberg  
Posted On:   Wednesday, July 16, 2003 06:58 AM

There is a book, "Designing Web Applications with UML", that proposes a way to define a set of UML extensions (e.g. extending/subclassing existing UML primitives) to represent Web pages, including static HTML, JSP's, and servlets. The author's Web site (I forget, look it up) has sets of icons you can download, for Rational Rose and for Microsoft Visio, to use for these.

But I don't think there is a real standard way of doing this (representing them, in UML)... unless maybe UML 2.0 addresses this area?

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