UML Activity Diagrams: Reference Visual Studio 2010 Other Versions 6 out of 10 rated this helpful - Rate this topic An activity diagram shows a business process or a software process as a flow of work through a series of actions. People, software components, or computers can perform these actions. You can use an activity diagram to describe processes of several types, such as the following examples: A business process or a flow of work between users and your system. For more information, see Modeling User Requirements. The steps performed in a use case. For more information, see UML Use Case Diagrams: Guidelines. A software protocol, that is, the permitted sequences of interactions between components. A software algorithm. This topic describes the elements that you can use in activity diagrams. For more detailed in information about drawing activity diagrams see UML Activity Diagrams: Guidelines. To create a UML activity diagram, on the Architecture menu, click New Diagram. For more information about how to draw modeling diagrams in general, see How to: Edit a UML Model and Diagrams.
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