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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Links

This shopping cart is a good example of how to implement forms, but it does not have an example of the more common <<links>> association. The Roses Alive! Web site, like most sites, has a home page, which acts as a welcome page to the site's visitors. Home pages typically introduce the company and provide some links to specific parts of the site. The Roses Alive! home page has links to several other pages in the site. In addition, the home page allows the user to browse the store's catalog. Figure 11-12 shows the site's home page and some of its links.

Figure 11-12. Model around site's home page

Most of these pages are client pages that ...

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