Content Management System UML Diagram

Posted By freeproject on March 18, 2018

Content Management System Activity Diagram

Posted By freeproject on March 13, 2018

This is the Activity UML diagram of Content Management System which shows the flows between the activity of Content, Web Page, Comment, , Category. The main activity involved in this UML Activity Diagram of Content Management System are as follows:

  • Content Activity
  • Web Page Activity
  • Comment Activity
  • Activity
  • Category Activity

Features of the Activity UML diagram of Content Management System

  • Admin User can search Content, view description of a selected Content, add Content, update Content and delete Content.
  • Its shows the activity flow of editing, adding and updating of Web Page
  • User will be able to search and generate report of Comment, , Category
  • All objects such as (Content, Web Page, Category) are interlinked
  • Its shows the full description and flow of Content, , Category, Comment, Web Page
Content Management System Activity Diagram

Content Management System Class Diagram

Posted By freeproject on August 2, 2017

Content Management System Class Diagram describes the structure of a Content Management System classes, their attributes, operations (or methods), and the relationships among objects. The main classes of the Content Management System are Content, Content Type, Content Category, Comment, Blogs, Web Page.

Classes of Content Management System Class Diagram:

  • Content Class : Manage all the operations of Content
  • Content Type Class : Manage all the operations of Content Type
  • Content Category Class : Manage all the operations of Content Category
  • Comment Class : Manage all the operations of Comment
  • Blogs Class : Manage all the operations of Blogs
  • Web Page Class : Manage all the operations of Web Page

Classes and their attributes of Content Management System Class Diagram:

  • Content Attributes : content_id, content_blog_id, content_title, content_type, content_description
  • Content Type Attributes : content_type_id, content_type_name, content_type_description
  • Content Category Attributes : content_category_id, content_category, content_category_title, content_category_type, content_category_content, content_category_description
  • Comment Attributes : comment_id, comment_user_id, comment_type, comment_title, comment_description
  • Blogs Attributes : blog_id, blog_user_id blog_title, blog_type, blog_content, blog_description
  • Web Page Attributes : webpage_id, webpage__user_id webpage__title, webpage__type, webpage__description

Classes and their methods of Content Management System Class Diagram:

  • Content Methods : addContent(), editContent(), deleteContent(), updateContent(), saveContent(), searchContent()
  • Content Type Methods : addContent Type(), editContent Type(), deleteContent Type(), updateContent Type(), saveContent Type(), searchContent Type()
  • Content Category Methods : addContent Category(), editContent Category(), deleteContent Category(), updateContent Category(), saveContent Category(), searchContent Category()
  • Comment Methods : addComment(), editComment(), deleteComment(), updateComment(), saveComment(), searchComment()
  • Blogs Methods : addBlogs(), editBlogs(), deleteBlogs(), updateBlogs(), saveBlogs(), searchBlogs()
  • Web Page Methods : addWeb Page(), editWeb Page(), deleteWeb Page(), updateWeb Page(), saveWeb Page(), searchWeb Page()

Class Diagram of Content Management System :

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Content Management System Class Diagram

Content Management System Component Diagram

Posted By freeproject on February 8, 2018

This is a Component diagram of Content Management System which shows components, provided and required interfaces, ports, and relationships between the Category, Content, Web Page, Blogs and Comment. This type of diagrams is used in Component-Based Development (CBD) to describe systems with Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). Content Management System UML component diagram, describes the organization and wiring of the physical components in a system.

Components of UML Component Diagram of Content Management System:

  • Category Component
  • Content Component
  • Web Page Component
  • Blogs Component
  • Comment Component

Featues of Content Management System Component Diagram:

  • You can show the models the components of Content Management System.
  • Model the database schema of Content Management System
  • Model the executables of an application of Content Management System
  • Model the system's source code of Content Management System
Component Diagram: 

Content Management System Dataflow Diagram

Posted By namita on June 30, 2017
Content Management System Data flow diagram is often used as a preliminary step to create an overview of the Content without going into great detail, which can later be elaborated.it normally consists of overall application dataflow and processes of the Content process. It contains all of the userflow and their entities such all the flow of Content, Content Type, Content Category, Comment, Blogs, Web Page, Login. All of the below diagrams has been used for the visualization of data processing and structured design of the Content process and working flow.

Zero Level Data flow Diagram(0 Level DFD) of Content Management System :

This is the Zero Level DFD of Content Management System, where we have eloborated the high level process of Content. It’s a basic overview of the whole Content Management System or process being analyzed or modeled. It’s designed to be an at-a-glance view of Blogs,Web Page and Login showing the system as a single high-level process, with its relationship to external entities of Content,Content Type and Content Category. It should be easily understood by a wide audience, including Content,Content Category and Blogs In zero leve DFD of Content Management System, we have described the high level flow of the Content system.

High Level Entities and proccess flow of Content Management System:

  • Managing all the Content
  • Managing all the Content Type
  • Managing all the Content Category
  • Managing all the Comment
  • Managing all the Blogs
  • Managing all the Web Page
  • Managing all the Login
<h2>Zero Level Data flow Diagram(0 Level DFD) of Content Management System :</h2>

First Level Data flow Diagram(1st Level DFD) of Content Management System :

First Level DFD (1st Level) of Content Management System shows how the system is divided into sub-systems (processes), each of which deals with one or more of the data flows to or from an external agent, and which together provide all of the functionality of the Content Management System system as a whole. It also identifies internal data stores of Login, Web Page, Blogs, Comment, Content Category that must be present in order for the Content system to do its job, and shows the flow of data between the various parts of Content, Content Category, Web Page, Login, Blogs of the system. DFD Level 1 provides a more detailed breakout of pieces of the 1st level DFD. You will highlight the main functionalities of Content.

Main entities and output of First Level DFD (1st Level DFD):

  • Processing Content records and generate report of all Content
  • Processing Content Type records and generate report of all Content Type
  • Processing Content Category records and generate report of all Content Category
  • Processing Comment records and generate report of all Comment
  • Processing Blogs records and generate report of all Blogs
  • Processing Web Page records and generate report of all Web Page
  • Processing Login records and generate report of all Login
<h2>First Level Data flow Diagram(1st Level DFD) of Content Management System :</h2>

Second Level Data flow Diagram(2nd Level DFD) of Content Management System :

DFD Level 2 then goes one step deeper into parts of Level 1 of Content. It may require more functionalities of Content to reach the necessary level of detail about the Content functioning. First Level DFD (1st Level) of Content Management System shows how the system is divided into sub-systems (processes). The 2nd Level DFD contains more details of Login, Web Page, Blogs, Comment, Content Category, Content Type, Content.

Low level functionalities of Content Management System

  • Admin logins to the system and manage all the functionalities of Content Management System
  • Admin can add, edit, delete and view the records of Content, Content Category, Blogs, Login
  • Admin can manage all the details of Content Type, Comment, Web Page
  • Admin can also generate reports of Content, Content Type, Content Category, Comment, Blogs, Web Page
  • Admin can search the details of Content Type, Blogs, Web Page
  • Admin can apply different level of filters on report of Content, Comment, Blogs
  • Admin can tracks the detailed information of Content Type, Content Category, Comment, , Blogs
Second Level Data flow Diagram(2nd Level DFD) of Content Management System

Contact Management System ER Diagram

Posted By freeproject on July 17, 2017

This ER (Entity Relationship) Diagram represents the model of Contact Management System Entity. The entity-relationship diagram of Contact Management System shows all the visual instrument of database tables and the relations between Peoples, Address, Contacts, Phone Numbers etc. It used structure data and to define the relationships between structured data groups of Contact Management System functionalities. The main entities of the Contact Management System are Contacts, Peoples, Mobiles, Address, Reminders and Phone Numbers.

Contact Management System entities and their attributes :

  • Contacts Entity : Attributes of Contacts are contact_id, contact_people_id, contact_type, contact_description
  • Peoples Entity : Attributes of Peoples are people_id, people_name, people_mobile, people_email, people_username, people_password, people_address
  • Mobiles Entity : Attributes of Mobiles are mobile_id, mobile_people_id, mobile_number, mobile_type, mobile_description
  • Address Entity : Attributes of Address are address_id, address_people_id, address_place, address_type, address_description
  • Reminders Entity : Attributes of Reminders are reminder_id, reminder_people_id, reminder_place, reminder_type, reminder_description
  • Phone Numbers Entity : Attributes of Phone Numbers are phone_id, phone_people_id, phone_number, phone_type, phone_description

Description of Contact Management System Database :

  • The details of Contacts is store into the Contacts tables respective with all tables
  • Each entity (Phone Numbers, Mobiles, Reminders, Peoples, Contacts) contains primary key and unique keys.
  • The entity Mobiles, Reminders has binded with Contacts, Peoples entities with foreign key
  • There is one-to-one and one-to-many relationships available between Reminders, Address, Phone Numbers, Contacts
  • All the entities Contacts, Reminders, Mobiles, Phone Numbers are normalized and reduce duplicacy of records
  • We have implemented indexing on each tables of Contact Management System tables for fast query execution.
Contact Management System ER Diagram

Content Management System Sequence Diagram

Posted By freeproject on January 31, 2018

This is the UML sequence diagram of Content Management System which shows the interaction between the objects of Category, Blogs, , Comment, Web Page. The instance of class objects involved in this UML Sequence Diagram of Content Management System are as follows:

  • Category Object
  • Blogs Object
  • Object
  • Comment Object
  • Web Page Object

This is the UML sequence diagram of Content Management System which shows the interaction between the objects of Category, Blogs, , Comment, Web Page. The instance of class objects involved in this UML Sequence Diagram of Content Management System are as follows:

  • Category Object
  • Blogs Object
  • Object
  • Comment Object
  • Web Page Object

Content Management System Use Case Diagram

Posted By freeproject on July 24, 2017

This Use Case Diagram is a graphic depiction of the interactions among the elements of Content Management System. It represents the methodology used in system analysis to identify, clarify, and organize system requirements of Content Management System. The main actors of Content Management System in this Use Case Diagram are: Super Admin, System User, Author, Site User, who perform the different type of use cases such as Manage Content, Manage Content Type, Manage Content Category, Manage Comment, Manage Blogs, Manage Web Page, Manage Users and Full Content Management System Operations. Major elements of the UML use case diagram of Content Management System are shown on the picture below.

The relationships between and among the actors and the use cases of Content Management System:

  • Super Admin Entity : Use cases of Super Admin are Manage Content, Manage Content Type, Manage Content Category, Manage Comment, Manage Blogs, Manage Web Page, Manage Users and Full Content Management System Operations
  • System User Entity : Use cases of System User are Manage Content, Manage Content Type, Manage Content Category, Manage Comment, Manage Blogs, Manage Web Page
  • Author Entity : Use cases of Author are Cretae Content, Publish Content, Manage Comments, Approve Comments
  • Site User Entity : Use cases of Site User are View Content, Search Content, Comment on Content, Like Content

Use Case Diagram of Content Management System :

Content Management System Use Case Diagram

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