October 28, 2009 Susan Gantner
In Part 1 of this tip, I talked about getting started with RDi’s Source Call diagram. Now let’s continue on the journey.
I’ll first cover the basics of the second type of diagram, the Program Structure Diagram. Then I’ll cover some notes that apply to both types about customizing, saving, and using your Application Diagrams for your own documentation.
The Program Structure diagram shows relationships between application objects, such as programs that call other programs or reference Service Programs. An example of a very simple Program Structure diagram is shown below.
This diagram shows the relationships between three programs