Week4.Visio.Tutorial.Behavioral.State.Diagram

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Behavioral State Diagram Tutorial This is the last behavioral tutorial that you will be doing. This tutorial teaches you how to follow the  transitions and state changes for one object throughout a complete system. In this tutorial we will again  use the example that is in the textbook. Refer to figure 7-9 on page 251.   1. Launch  Visio 2007  and click on the  UML model  icon. Open your  CIS339.Tutorials  file.  2. Click on the  UML StateChart  in the shapes area. Click on “ Insert ” and “ New Page  in the menu.  Name the page “ State Diagram .” 
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3. Drag the “ Initial State ” symbol to the page.  4. Drag a “ State” symbol ” to your page. 5. Double click in the State object to change its name. Name it “ Entering ” without the quotes. 
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6. Drag a “ Transition ” line to the drawing.  7. Connect the Initial State and State symbols with the transition line.
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8. Double click on the transition line.
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2011 for the course CIS 339 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Decatur.

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