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cleared part I (38/48)

 
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I had just used EJBs as a client till now, had not implemented myself.

I prepared myself around 3 to 4 weeks.4-5 hours per day. I should admit that there were quite tricky questions.
I used Cade as base, McGraw Hill's Allen&Bambara book also in advance.

Whizlabs Tests are quite comparable to the exact exam, where IneSystems exams are harder(I got 28-32 at IneSystems)

But at the same time, the wording was in some questions very un-clear. and 2 questions were wrong imho.
even there was a sequence diagram and it asked the diagram type, the answers being sequence diagram and interaction diagram. but seq. is already sort of interaction. in a radiobutton question, this shouldn't happen , right?

anyway happy to get to part II.

regards,
R�stem
 
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Hi R�stem

Congratulations!

As to your question, there is no "interaction diagram" per se in UML. There are two dynamic/interaction diagrams which are called "sequence diagram" and "collaboration diagram", and they are isomorphic.

Anyways, you are one step closer to SCEA.

Cheers,
 
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Congrats Rustem,



Cheers
 
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Rustem, well done. Good score.

Ray
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