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Passed SCEA part-2 and 3

Nimit Shah
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Joined: Jul 02, 2007
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I cleared SCEA part-2 and 3 exam with score 149/160. Received email from oracle.
I am planning to take a training. Please suggest a good training out of the available lot.
Thanks to all the ranchers for the great help.

For me few topics provided me a good learning.
- Security
- Risk and Mitigation
- Deployment diagrams
Fernando Franzini
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Joined: Jan 09, 2009
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Congratss dude!!!


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hani Ibrahim
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Joined: Sep 06, 2006
Posts: 182
Congratss .
please tell me what is the tool of uml used?
how many classes you have?
i have 3 weeks to upload the assignment but feel disappointed since i dont know how to make component and deployment diagram.
please help
Nimit Shah
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Joined: Jul 02, 2007
Posts: 53
StarUML is a good tool, I started with that. While doing sequence diagram I could not find certain UML features (They are there e.g. asynchronous message and return message).
So, I exported XMI file and created the other diagrams on Sparx Enterprise Architect.
I suggest using StarUML for new users to UML as it is simple to use and has smaller learning curve.

Original domain model in assignment had about 10-12 classes. My class diagram had about 40-45 classes.
Class diagram included JSP pages as well.

Component diagram, I followed Mark Cade book approach. Combined certain JSP pages as single component e.g. certain request form and corresponding response page was combined as single component.
Component diagram included tiers and component in tiers.

To quickly gain some knowledge on UML diagram, you can go through http://www.uml-diagrams.org/
 
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