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Passed Developer Exam!! (149/155)

 
Jochen van Waasen
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Hi!
Thanks very much to this forum. It helped me a lot though I did not asked much!
Today I got the results:
General Considerations: 58 Deductions: 0
Documentation: 20 Deductions: 0
GUI: 24 Deductions: 6
Server: 53 Deductions: 0
Total: 155 Deductions: 6
My score: 149 = 96%
I have used a LockManager and left the lock/unlock implementations in the Data class emtpy.
Considered documentation as my weak point but was surprised to see there no deductions and 6 point deductions on GUI.
GUI
I have used three JComboBoxes for the selection of flights (origin, destination, carrier). May be it was one too much.
Kind regards
Jochen
[ April 01, 2003: Message edited by: Jochen van Waasen ]
 
sun par
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Congrags Jochen, can you tell us how you prepared?
Thanks
 
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Congrats Jochen, well done. No the points you lost in the GUI wasn't because you included three JComboBoxes. I had had three and got 24/24 on GUI, so it wasn't there.
How did you implement your MVC in your GUI, or how about using the DefaultTableModel for your JTable? Did you have a menu with file exit and such?
Mark
 
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Congratulations to you...
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Jochen van Waasen
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:

How did you implement your MVC in your GUI, or how about using the DefaultTableModel for your JTable? Did you have a menu with file exit and such?

MVC
I have used my own TableModel for my JTable and I have not used any dedicated class for the controller. View and controller was implemented in the JPanel class that was included in my JTabbedPane. I thought it to be a good idea to separate all functionality necessary for the task in my JPanel class (view and controller).
I have not used any menus and other additional GUI stuff.
Jochen
 
Jochen van Waasen
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Originally posted by sun par:
Congrags Jochen, can you tell us how you prepared?


No special preparation! I have just carefully read
the instructions and tried to fill in the knowledge gaps. (Real project) Programming experience helps a lot.
I can recommend that you only do the things you were asked to do by the instructions, not less, not more. Javaranch helped me on this as I was on the way to build a full sized application which the instructions did not ask for.
Jochen
[ April 06, 2003: Message edited by: Jochen van Waasen ]
 
Ke Liu
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Congratulations !
 
Ajith Kallambella
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Good deal!
Congratulations and good luck for your future endeavours!
 
John Lee
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Congratulations
 
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