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Passed SCJD 153/155  RSS feed

 
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Hi everyone...got my results today..I want to thank everyone for answering all my questions even if they were not good questions...this is what i got:
Section Summary Report:
General Considerations: Maximum=58 Deductions=0 Actual=58
Documentation: Maximum=20 Deductions=2 Actual=18 GUI: Maximum=24 Deductions=0 Actual=24
Server: Maximum=53 Deductions=0 Actual=53
Total: Maximum=155 Deductions=2 Certification Score=153
 
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Java MySQL Database Spring
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Congratulations and excellent score!!
Mike
 
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Good job Pallav
 
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Pallav Grigo, Congratulations!
Can you share your invaluable experience for those want to take the SCJD Certification, include me ?
 
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Congrats Pallov. Can you tell us why you might have lost 2 points for the documentation?
Thanks
Mark
 
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I think the two marks that i lost were because my javadoc comments were not very detailed. I thought that if i kept the comments to a minimum, it would be easier to read tjhe source. I used a very simple and basic approach throughout the assignment, so i thought that most of the things were self-explanatory. But i was wrong!
This is my basic structure of the application:
suncertify.db
DataInterface - containing all public methods in Data
Data - implements DataInterface
DataInfo
FieldInfo
Parser - to parse search arguments from client
suncertify.dbserver
RemoteInterface - extends DataInterface and Remote, no methods defined.
ServerInterface - extends Remote, single method for returning unique Connection objects to each client
Connection - implements RemoteInterface, simply redirects all the database calls from client to the server
Server - implements ServerInterface, starts the RMI registry and binds itself.
suncertify.dbclient
About - about dialog
Client - the gui
Help - help frame
LockThread - seperate thread for booking seats
PriceSorter - to sort the prices in the combo box read from the database
Resources - contains names of all resources such as images
SplashScreen - splash screen
TableStructure - the table model

 
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Way to go! Very, very impressive.
Best,
Debra Bellmaine
 
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