Pay
Bank UML Activity Diagram

Bank UML Activity Diagram

Get customer info

Authenticate

[OK]

Authentication failure

Present service menu

[withdrawal]

Other service

Get amount

Check balance

Return card

[insufficient]

[OK]

Return card

Dispense cash

Activity

Print receipt


Accounting

system

«system»


Accounting

system

«system»


Accounting

system

«system»

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publish time: 2021-03-26
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Bank Activity Diagrams are used to illustrate the flow of control in a system and refer to the steps involved in the execution of a use case. A bank UML activity diagram focuses on the condition of flow and the sequence in which it happens. UML models basically three types of diagrams: structure diagrams, interaction diagrams, and behavior diagrams. As shown in the image, the bank UML activity diagram is very similar to a flowchart and is used in business and process modeling where their primary use is to depict the dynamic aspects of a system. Online tools like EdrawMax Online lets you create wonderful Bank UML Activity diagrams, as it provides several icons, background images, and symbols that are required to create a conceptually correct activity diagram.

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