UML Sequence Diagram for User Login Module
The UML sequence diagram shows these lifelines:
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- User Registration Sequence (Sequence Diagram (UML)) Use Creately’s easy online diagram editor to edit this diagram, collaborate with others and export results to multiple image formats. We were unable to load the diagram. Describe the New User operation.
- Login Page
- Authentication Module
This sequence diagram shows the flow of a search method. The user will enter a keyword or name of a product in the Search textbox on a Web form and then. Press the search button. It calls a method called getProductDetails in the Product class. As the getProductDetails method is in Product class we need to.
It models the following actions:
- Enter a user name
- Enter a password
- Click on the Login button
- Send user login info
- Validate user password
- User login accepted
- Redirect to the target page
- User login rejected
- Clear the password box and inform the user about an unaccepted user-password combination
UML Sequence Diagram Concepts
The example diagram shows an actor lifeline and two standard lifelines, call messages, two self messages, reply messages, and an alt fragment with two regions for two alternative options.
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- platform.js from Google is used for authentication towards Google services and file picker for Google Drive and Team Drives.