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Cleared with 70 % ..lost marks in component diagram

 
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Hi All,
I cleared the exam with the 70 % ...Although it is on the border i am happy that i cleared it ..
Break up of my marks ..
Class diagram 39
Component diagram 21
Sequence diagram 10
Can anyone help me in understand this ..
I lost most of the marks in component diagram ..
Does this mean my design is not upto the mark or it means component diagram is not drawn correct ? I had shown all the components required in my design .It was in very detail .I do not know where did i go wrong ?
If my design is not correct I should loose marks in class diagrams as well..
Thanks to Java Ranch and all the people contributing it .. it was really a great support ..
 
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Hey Vijayv,
Congratulations to you
Could you please share a bit about your component diagram design? Did you follow Pet Store Architecture? I posted my way of structuring components in ealier thread https://coderanch.com/t/152262/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/Component-Diagram Can you please comment on it.
Thanks. Congrates again.
Harish
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Vijayv,
congrats on passing. A pass is a pass (don't worry about the score).
Harish,
I checked out your thread and think you did a good job on the packages. Did you have a EJB Controller and EJB Actions in order to reduce the remote interfaces (only 1 for EJB Controller) and to make the design easy to switch between a distributed or a local architecture?

Looks like you know your stuff.

Ray Gill
SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCEA (part 1), IBM-484
 
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Originally posted by Ramon Gill:
Vijayv,
congrats on passing. A pass is a pass (don't worry about the score).
Harish,
I checked out your thread and think you did a good job on the packages. Did you have a EJB Controller and EJB Actions in order to reduce the remote interfaces (only 1 for EJB Controller) and to make the design easy to switch between a distributed or a local architecture?

Looks like you know your stuff.

Ray Gill
SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCEA (part 1), IBM-484



Hi Ray,

Yes ! I do have a EJBController, a central point of entry to EJB Tier. It invokes processEvent(Event ev) method of StateMachine class. StateMachine will be responsible to extract the EJBAction name from Event and perform it.

Cheers !!!
Harish
http://www.harishramchandani.com
 
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