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Passed Part II by 91

 
patrick jiang
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Grade: P
Score: 91
Comment: This report shows the total points that could have been awarded in each section and the actual amount of points you were awarded. This information is provided in order to give you feedback on your relative strengths on a section basis. The maximum number of points you could have received is 100, minimum to pass is 70. Class Diagram (44 maximum) .......................... 42 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 37 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 12
 
Jacky Doner
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Hi patrick,
Congratuations.And can you tell me in class diagram,did you put attributes and methods in class instance?Did you change BDM? Thanks.
 
Eric H.Y. Chen
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Congradulations!
You will share your great experience and tips, won't you?
 
liu jacky
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congratulations!
but i have some questions to ask for you.
you have placed some EJB,DAO,VO class in class diagram?
 
Denis Wang
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Congrat!!! It's a gorgeous score.
May I ask you a question? Do you think it is a good practice to have swing clients talk to an EJB server?
Thanks.
 
Bharat Ruparel
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Hello Patrick,
Congratulations!
Hello Dennis,
You wrote

May I ask you a question? Do you think it is a good practice to have swing clients talk to an EJB server?

In fact, that is one of the key benifits of using EJB's for representing the business logic in the middle layer. If you organize your architecture in layers where the middle layer is independent of the front or presentation layer then it doesn't matter if it is a JSP/Servlet client or the plain Java client or the Swing Rich GUI client talking to it.
So the answer to your question above is "Sure."
Regards.
Bharat
 
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Nice shot, Patrick!
 
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Patrick,
Congrats!!! Good Job
Dushy
 
patrick jiang
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First, I took too much time on Part II. It last for about 1 year since I past Part I. I decided to complete it about 1 month ago, and finished it in about 2 weeks. I bought several books, but never read them. That's bad.
Second, I think we should have a realistic solution in this assignment, don't try to work on a ideal, perfect solution. Of course, we should understand what drawback the solution is. So that, we can explain it in Part III. In Part III, I try my best to persuade the examiner to give me 100%.
I wouldn't say too much about detail of my solution. But I will try to answer your questions.
Some classes in my class diagram have methods and attribute, but some doesn't. I even know somebody didn't put any method and attribute in diagram, but passed the exam. I slightly changed BDM.
My class diagram has several EJB just like a certification guide book did.
 
Eric H.Y. Chen
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Originally posted by patrick jiang:
First, I took too much time on Part II. It last for about 1 year since I past Part I. I decided to complete it about 1 month ago, and finished it in about 2 weeks. I bought several books, but never read them. That's bad.
Second, I think we should have a realistic solution in this assignment, don't try to work on a ideal, perfect solution. Of course, we should understand what drawback the solution is. So that, we can explain it in Part III. In Part III, I try my best to persuade the examiner to give me 100%.
I wouldn't say too much about detail of my solution. But I will try to answer your questions.
Some classes in my class diagram have methods and attribute, but some doesn't. I even know somebody didn't put any method and attribute in diagram, but passed the exam. I slightly changed BDM.
My class diagram has several EJB just like a certification guide book did.

In terms of two kinds of presentation technologies are needed, how did you handle the presentation design with simple architecture? just MVC patterns are used in the diagrams? or different functional UI has been defined in it?
 
Ip Patrick
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Hi Patrick,
Congratulation for your pass. I think you must have done a hard work on it.
Actually I am also taking part II of the exam and have one issue on hand. May I ask for your help?
My problem is that when fetching the flight information for display I define a set of classes to store the flight data. When the client selects the flight and make reservation I have to define another set of classes with very similar fields and natures but just for reservation purpose. Is there any common practice on handling this? Do you have any suggestion on handling the retrieval and response cycle or have any suggested reference on this issue?
Thanks a lot.
 
Dhanush Dharsh
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Congrats Patrick.. Good score...
 
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