PlantUml Test

This is a test of blogging about a subject and embedding PlantUML diagrams.

As per the diagram below:

PlantUML Syntax:<br />
:Main Admin: as Admin<br />
(Use the application) as (Use)</p>
<p>User -> (Start)<br />
User –> (Use)</p>
<p>Admin —> (Use)</p>
<p>note right of Admin : This is an example.</p>
<p>note right of (Use)<br />
A note can also<br />
be on several lines<br />
end note</p>
<p>note “This note is connected\nto several objects.” as N2<br />
(Start) .. N2<br />
N2 .. (Use)</p>
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Backend Design

This is the overview of our back end in text form.

See image below for:

PlantUML Syntax:</p>
<p>actor Foo1<br />
boundary Foo2<br />
control Foo3<br />
entity Foo4<br />
database Foo5<br />
collections Foo6<br />
Foo1 -> Foo2 : To boundary<br />
Foo1 -> Foo3 : To control<br />
Foo1 -> Foo4 : To entity<br />
Foo1 -> Foo5 : To database<br />
Foo1 -> Foo6 : To collections</p>
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Import Proces

Some description:

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PlantUML Syntax:</p>
<p>package “Some Group” {<br />
HTTP – [First Component]<br />
[Another Component]<br />
}</p>
<p>node “Other Groups” {<br />
FTP – [Second Component]<br />
[First Component] –> FTP<br />
}</p>
<p>cloud {<br />
[Example 1]<br />
}<br />
database “MySql” {<br />
folder “This is my folder” {<br />
[Folder 3]<br />
}<br />
frame “Foo” {<br />
[Frame 4]<br />
}<br />
}<br />
[Another Component] –> [Example 1]<br />
[Example 1] –> [Folder 3]<br />
[Folder 3] –> [Frame 4]</p>
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