Hello, I got from galton that I passed part II with 90%. The details: The maximum number of points you could have received is 100, minimum to pass is 70. Class Diagram (40 maximum) .......................... 35 Component Diagram (40 maximum) ...................... 35 Sequence/Collaboration Diagrams (20 maximum) ........ 20 Thanks u guys for help ! Leon
Java and UML Core J2eepattern. I spent 2 months to finish. 24 days for waiting. Pet Store is best example. Good luck !
Originally posted by Adithya Rayaprolu: Congratulations! Can you please tell us what books are needed, how much time it took for you to finish the assignment and some guidelines about the project? Thanks in advance.
Hi Leon, Congradulation! You got a great score. Could you tell me in which book the pet store is. I have the book "Enterprise Java with UML" by CT Arrington, but I have not seen the pet store example. Thanks, Ruilin
Leon Wang, How close is your application's architecture to that of Pet Store? Can you please tell me the approach you took to finish the assignment, like, which book you studied first, what next? I have Rational Rose Evaluation Edition, is it enough to complete the assignment? Thanks a million in advance.
If you want to do well at SCEA, u must have some knowledge on Servlet and JSP. U should know how they work at real world. So that u can add them in diagrams. I suggested u briefly go throught Java Servlet programming book. Good luck ! Leon
Originally posted by Adithya Rayaprolu: Hi, I have one more question regarding Servlets and JSPs. Do I need to know about these in depth to complete the assignment? How much level of knowledge is required about these? Thanks in advance.
<h2>Congratulations</H2> Thats a great acheivement ------------------ Mahindrakar IBM Application Server & Developer Forum Moderator Consultant - Zensar Technologies ,Pune India. SCJP2, SCJD2 & SCJEA (Part I)
Hi Leon, Congrats! That's a great score. I'm currently working on part II and have a question for you. There appears to be several things missing from the assignment and I wonder how you handled these. For instance, there are no use cases for login and create profile. How did you handle this? I was thinking of creating these use cases. Or would just mentioning this in the assumptions be a better strategy. Also there is no interface to the preferred milage site. How did you handle this? Did you assume that you have access to the milage database (as implied by the business diagram)? I was thinking of doing this or coming up with some sort of web page scraping design. Or maybe just providing a link to the site. What do you think? Thanks!! And again, congrats! Steve
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