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Greetings everyone,

 

 

I have a question about the Activity Diagram.

Am i allowed or is it legal to add multiple End Nodes in an activity?

 

Sorry if i put the topic in the wrong area.

 

Thnx!

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UML is a communications tool.

 

While some people try to use it for things like code generation (that it is terrible at) don't forget its purpose. If multiple end nodes communicates better than a single node, then do that. 

 

An activity diagram is a state machine showing how activity flows through various states. As a state machine, you can implement it with any number of end nodes.  If for some reason your tool does not like having an arbitrary number, it is trivial to throw a transition to a single shared end node.

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