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Subject: Re: [ubl-ndrsc] UML diagrams from latest schemas

Title: Orders 02
Hi again,
Bill alerted me that I omitted the association cardinalities in the diagrams.  Ignore the last diagrams and use those attached here.  (Bill, would you re-forward to LSCS?).  Sorry for the extra noise.
As a reminder, here are tips on using the Adobe SVG reader.  But I still recommend using the Batik viewer (see below).

Using the Adobe SVG plugin, you can scan a large view by:

  • Hold down ALT, then press the left mouse button while "pushing" the diagram to expose hidden areas.
  • Hold down CTRL, then press the left mouse button to zoom in.
  • Hold down CTRL-SHIFT, then press the left mouse button to zoom out.
  • Hold down CTRL, then drag the left mouse to create a "rubber band" selection box. Release CTRL and this selection will become the full-screen view.
  • Press the right mouse button for a menu of these choices and others.
-- Dave Carlson
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 12:34 PM
Subject: [ubl-ndrsc] UML diagrams from latest schemas

Hi all,
I produced a set of UML class diagrams from the latest schemas posted by Gunther.  I attempted to split them into logical subsets for review, and also to keep the diagrams to a workable size.  They should print with readable resolution in landscape format.
(I cannot send to the LSCS mail list, so someone forward if this is of interest there.)
The file format is SVG.  I tried saving these to PDF, but the file size is about 15x larger (over 500K each).  As before, you can use the Adobe SVG reader within IE.  The problem with the Adobe reader is that its printing sucks.  I understand that Mozilla now inludes SVG rendering but I have not tried it.
I suggest that you download and use the Batik SVG viewer (http://xml.apache.org/batik).  Its printing quality is excellent.  The direct download link is http://xml.apache.org/batik/dist/batik-1.5beta4b.zip
If you have a Java VM installed, just double-click on the batik.jar.  If you don't have a JVM, you'll need to install it also.
Please let me know if you have any suggestions for the diagrams, all feedback is welcome!
Happy New Year!
  Dave Carlson

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