Activity Diagram for Banking System (UML)
Activity diagrams for banking systems use the conventions of UML to communicate complex processes. You can customize your UML activity diagrams to a wide variety of applications in the private and public sector.
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UML Activity Diagram Example: Banking System
This diagram shows the process of either withdrawing or depositing money into a bank account. An advantage of representing the workflow visually in UML is the ability to show withdrawals and deposits on one chart. When you use Lucidchart to build an activity diagram, you can customize your templates with professional-level typefaces, colors, and arranging options. Never worry about losing your documents with secure, cloud-based storage.
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More Activity Diagram Examples in Lucidchart
UML began in the 1990s in the engineering space, but has since expanded to library management, hotels and hospitality services, and online retail. Lucidchart has an extensive library of UML chart templates — activity diagrams, use case diagrams, and component diagrams. Here are additional Lucidchart activity diagram templates:
ATM system diagram example
This diagram shows the steps to validating account holders so they can withdraw cash from an ATM. Loops show repeated processes; for instance, if you request $17, your ATM prompts you to try again.
See our ATM system activity diagram example in full here.
Library activity diagram example
This diagram maps out the process of reserving a book through the library. From inquiring about a book’s availability to issuing it to a patron, there are many steps in the process. Clear UML diagrams clarify the process for librarians and developers.
See our library activity diagram example in full here.
Login activity diagram example
From entering your name and password, to having your personal settings displayed, there are a lot of steps to ensuring a secure login on the huge variety of websites: retail, banking, email, and forums.
See our login page activity diagram example in full here.
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