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From Joe Germuska <>
Subject UML stereotypes for Struts (Re: UML? File organization?)
Date Fri, 21 Jun 2002 14:59:14 GMT
I think this is a great topic for discussion, but I haven't thought 
too far about it.  I would think the route would be simply to agree 
on a few stereotypes, and perhaps some standard names for tagged 

Are you familiar with WebUML? 
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It might be a useful reference/counterpart to defining UML for struts.

One of the future features we have in mind for StrutsBuilder would be 
import from XMI, which you could export from most UML tools.  I don't 
know XMI syntax at all, but conceptually, it's not much different 
from importing from a struts-config file.  But we wouldn't want to do 
that until there was a Struts community consensus on UML notation.



At 10:33 AM -0400 2002/06/21, wrote:
>I have been playing with UML and trying to find a good way to do the
>upfront design of a struts based application.  Has anyone done this
>already and have any suggestions?  I know the use-cases can pretty much
>stay the same...
>I am also putting together a document on the best way to go about
>struturing your directories under struts...  If anyone has any
>suggestions I would love to hear it...
>I already have stuff like JSPs under the WEB-INF and stuff.  I am trying
>to work out the best way to organize all the packages in the src
>Should they be by purpose of the objects like (conventional theory)
>or more along the lines of struts:
>We've got two small projects done wth struts and the next ones will be
>more complex so I want to get the best practices down (I've printed and
>read the husted site a few times already)
>Any thoughts would be great - and I will drop the document out here when
>its done
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