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BOOK: Professional UML with VS.NET
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Default Class diagram for 3-tier architecture

Hi everyone..
    i am having a problem. i have developed a web content management system in C#.net. i am having a data access layer and a business layer. these are 2 different C# projects in the same solution. i wanted to know whether there should be different class diagrams for the data and the business layer or should i merge the two??? please reply as soon as possible. thanks in advance.
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