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Cleared Part 2 & 3 with 83% marks

 
narayanan
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I am happy to say that i have cleared Part 2 & 3 with 83% marks
One good thing i got results within 4 weeks :-)
Here is the break up
Sequence 12/12
Class 33/44
Component 38/44
I am thankful to everybody in this group those who helped in achieving this certification.
My solution had in all 20 diagrams with 11 class diagrams, 2 comp and 7 sequence
I dont know why i got less in Class diagrams as i had provided all minute details. I have also shown view of participating classes diagram.
My component was more on same lines with Mark Cade's book. I had done 2 mistakes in component of showing wrong dependency for that i would have lost marks. I have also provided the generic sequence flow for application client.
I had based my solution for thin client on JSP model 2 architecture...
I tried to cover my component mistakes in part 3.
I think i would have lost marks for providing less documentation.
I had used Rational Rose for this assignment and found it to be really cool..
I felt great in solving this assignment as it had taught lot of things.
My Suggestions are
be clear on your architecture type you are suggesting
better to use j2ee patterns (Core J2EE patterns book)
along with EJB Design Patterns Book.
try to include application client in ur solution so that it gives complete solution
150 hrs of work should take you through..
I had problem with uploading assignment so its better you check 2 days before that Sun has given you permission..
Best of luck to those who are appearing for the exam...
My special thanks to Vidya and many others for their advice.
Thanks and Regards
Narayanan S
 
SJ Adnams
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11 class diagrams?? you are kidding
 
Ian B Anderson
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Congratulations!
You seem to have done loads of work for this. I only included 7 diagrams in all!
Ian
[ July 17, 2002: Message edited by: Ian B Anderson ]
 
narayanan
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I am not kidding!!! 11 diagrams were drawn to have overall view of my solution. I tried to give a solution in such a way if its given to developers, they should able to develop it.
In real life projects for which i work have more diagrams than this and with far better clarity.
regards
Narayanan :-)
 
Franky Cheung
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Congratulations Narayanan,
would you explain more about 'include application client' in order to provide a complete solution? Are you prefering to adding fat client in client side apart from designing a web-based application?
Morever, among the 11 class diagram you provided, have you include any class diagrams consisting logistic class, utility class and business work flow class? I mean do you have any digrams implementing the interaction or inter-relation between the entity class and business logistic class so as to fulfill the assignment goal?
In making my decision, I usually find that there are some utility classes that exist alone, for example, generating a list of flight departure date and so on. It seldom maintain a relation with other classes, though it only work as a utility. Would you give any advise or comment on making the decision??
Thanks & Cheers/Franky
 
Robin Zhang
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congratulations.
Did you use EJB1.1 or EJB2.0 in your assignment?
 
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