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Interaction Diagram of an Use Case that "includes" other
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Posted By:   Anonymous
Posted On:   Friday, May 4, 2001 06:16 AM

When I have finished the use case diagrams and I start the design of the interaction diagrams I found a problem:
Suposse an use case "A" that has a reference (by means of the stereotype "uses" or "includes") to an use case "B". How shows it in the interaction diagram of "A"? Must I include the interaction diagram of "B" in the interaction diagram of "A", or only a reference of it?

Re: Interaction Diagram of an Use Case that "includes" other

Posted By:   jim_conallen  
Posted On:   Thursday, May 10, 2001 07:07 AM

I generally just place a note in the interaction diagram of use case A that references use case B. Rational Rose has a feature that lets you make a note a hyperlink to another diagram. So when referencing includes or extensions in the context of one interaction diagram I usually create one of these notes to the other diagram, label it well enough for those looking at printed copies of it to still understand what it means, and then attach the note to the message (often a self directed message) that indicates when the other interaction takes place.
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