This week's book giveaway is in the Java in General forum. We're giving away four copies of Beginning Java 17 Fundamentals: Object-Oriented Programming in Java 17 and have ishori Sharan & Adam L Davis on-line! See this thread for details.
Hi, it's amazing ! I got my result already 15 days after part III and passed with 90 %. Class Diagram (44 maximum) .................... 44 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ................ 34 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) .. 12 I'm little bit surprised why I got only 34 for Component Diagram. I will take a review on it. I'll still be a member of this group for some weeks. So you can ask some questions if you want. Thank you all ! Thomas
Originally posted by Thomas Hofmann: it's amazing ! I got my result already 15 days after part III and passed with 90 %. ... I'll still be a member of this group for some weeks. So you can ask some questions if you want.
Hi Thomas the First, I am really happy for you! Congratulations! And I wished the "some weeks" will last very long, because your hints here in the forum are very helpfull. Proesterchen! (German slang...) The other Thomas
Hi, Thomas: First, congratulations! I just posted a question to the forum : "Client Consideration in SCJA". I would appreciate your advice. Also, would you mind telling us that if you have used entity bean in your design. Thanks!
Hello: I am taking the part II of SCJA. I have a question on designing the client tier. It looks like from the requirement that I need to support both web client (i.e. JSP) and stand alone client (GUI based). I have done the class diagram and I don't really have any class that deals with client (is this right?). But when I move to the component diagram, I am not sure how to handle different clients. I have one starting from JSP to servlet to EJB and backend. Am I supposed to have another one that supports stand alone GUI client (basically EJB client)? I would appreciate any insight from all of you who have passed. Thank you very much in advance.
I submitted two class diagrams, one for web tier and one for business tier. Classes in the web tier showed the MVC architecture. The business class diagram extended the analyst's BDM. I provided no class diagram for client tier (Web client/Application client) but I showed them in the component diagram (but i got only 34). I submitted only one component diagram but I agree with your idea to provide two seperate component diagrams. Other people who passed submitted one component diagram for each use case. Anyway - I recommend to show the client components on the component diagram(s). Yes, I used entity beans. I also described the reasons why I used entity beans for xyz. HTH Thomas