Sequence Diagram for Banking System (UML)
A sequence diagram shows the interactions of objects in a collaboration instance. The shapes at the top of the diagram show the objects, and the dangling lines coming out from the objects represent those objects’ lifelines.
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UML Sequence Diagram for Banking System
Documenting a banking system in UML is a great idea, especially because banks are heavily autonomous. Withdrawals, deposits, transfers, and bank statements are all typically processed electronically. This diagram below shows the four principal objects in the banking system sequence: the customer, the teller, the bank account, and the bank database. The dotted lines dangling from each object show the sequential life of each of the objects. As the sequence continues, the arrows from lifeline to lifeline demonstrate how the banking system objects interact with each other in different ways.
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