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Passed SCEA Part II/III

 
Shogo Ito
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What a day I just came back from my dream vacation and found that the result was posted. Not exactly a great score at 84, but I say it's a passing score.

Class Diagram: 42
Component Diagram: 34
Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams: 8

I kept it minimal. 1 class diagram, 1 component, and 5 (2 for pay) sequence diagrams. ~10 assumptions were listed as a bullet list. Added a brief explanation to each diagram. That's about it. I don't know why I lost so much in component diagram.

Good luck to all of you in prep,
Shogo Ito
 
Tong Chen
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congratulations!
 
Rashmi Razdan
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Congrats! urs looks very simple assigment. its very diff to keep things simple.
just to help u in coming to conclusion abt componet dig
1) Did u provide clustering in Component dig?
As there are two webserves in requirement? do u think that may be the reason?

2) which tool did u use, was it able to geenrate componets as per UML notation.

what else cud have been..
 
Shogo Ito
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Originally posted by Rashmi Razdan:
Congrats! urs looks very simple assigment. its very diff to keep things simple.
just to help u in coming to conclusion abt componet dig
1) Did u provide clustering in Component dig?
As there are two webserves in requirement? do u think that may be the reason?
2) which tool did u use, was it able to geenrate componets as per UML notation.
what else cud have been..



1) JUDE Community Edition.
2) No clustering shown. I think clustering is a matter of deployment configuration that can be shown in a deployment diagram.
 
Along huang
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Congratulations!

Could you share your experience?
How do you study Design Pattern? could you send me some materials about that?

my mail: anti_current@hotmail.com
 
Ganesh Krishnan
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Shogo,

congratulations !!! . Its party time

- Ganesh
 
Shogo Ito
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Along huang,

Design Patterns in Java Reference and Example Site was useful when I was studying design patterns in general, but this wasn't specific to SCEA.

As many stated, Core J2EE Patterns is probably the most reliable source.

Shogo
 
Yong How, Lim
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Congrats !!!
A round for everyone ....
 
Prasad Kuppa
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Congratulations Shogo! Great job!

Prasad
 
Jay Sam
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Hi,

I guess you did use Servlet Filter pattern (as in the petstore example) for signing users on to protected areas.

Well anyhow, I did.

My question: did you mention and show the filter in the sequence diagrams ?
Did you show generation of value objects etc. in the sequence diagrams ?

I wonder if that level of detail is necessary. I would like to mention the servlet filter in the text, and not show it in the sequence diagrams.

Regards,

Jay
 
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