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New Post 8/14/2014 1:54 PM
User is offline nicholmikey
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How to diagram the states of UI elements?  


I'm a junior and I have a question. 

I need to communicate to the devs this business rule: "The contract upload button should be disabled once the contract is approved by the administrator" 

There are many more rules similar to this that disable parts of the UI based on certain conditions. 

Now it's fine and dandy to just write this rule out, but what is the correct UML diagram to visually represent a complicated series of rules around the disabling and appearance of UI elements? 

Thanks for your time, 


New Post 9/17/2014 8:21 PM
User is offline sureshbrady
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Re: How to diagram the states of UI elements?  

You could draw an Activity diagram which describes each process step and contains any state changes of an entity. A State machine diagram can also be used as it describes the inital state of an entity and what ocurrs to change this state. Check out the first diagram here:

Good luck!

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