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Cleared all SCEA's parts with 83%

 
Olexiy Prokhorenko
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Hello Guys,


SCEA part I passed on 23 december 2004 with 83%
SCEA part II/III passed on 31 march 2005 with 83%

Not very high, but pass is a pass. :-)

Actual exam part II was submitted on 26 of february, and part III was taken on 28 of february, so it's took exactly one month before results appeared.

I've found report on http://www.certmanager.net/sun_assignment/ site in "Test History" section. It's still not exists in https://i7lp.integral7.com/durango/do/login?ownername=sun&channel=sun&basechannel=prometric in it's "History" section, but we'll wait. :-)


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) ...................... 30
Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 11


I was using CMP/CMT in my assignment, and I think such low score on component diagram was because I've made everything pretty compressed, without too much details.

If you have any questions - feel free to ask.
[ April 01, 2005: Message edited by: Olexiy Prokhorenko ]
 
Karen Young
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Congratulations! How many classes did you have in your class diagram? Thank you.
 
Joe Nguyen
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Congratulation

Did you have exactly one component diagram, one class diagram, and one sequence diagram?
 
Olexiy Prokhorenko
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Thanks!

I had one class diagram with 13 classes on it. ( May be I have 42/44 score for class diagram because of 13? )

Also, I had seven sequence diagrams and three component diagrams (for Web tier, for GUI client and business tier/other subsystems). Everything was pretty "short" without too much details. On component diagrams I didn't include any details on interactions with business tier - only Business Delegate's were visible, but no any EJB interactions/etc.

Component diagrams with GUI client and Web client were almost the same. Both of them had Service Locator/Business Delegate to work with business tier. I was not persisting session, as far as there were no such requirement.

On component diagram of business tier I didn't (! that was a real minus of my architecture, I guess!) show all entity beans (CMP EJBs). Just one of two, however, I've placed note that I assume that there could be more entity beans. Nevertheless, as far as in requirements there is rule to show ALL servlets, JSPs, EJBs, etc. needed, I guess exactly this was my bug.

My vision and assumptions were placed on only one-two pages.

If you have any more questions - just ask! ;-)
[ April 02, 2005: Message edited by: Olexiy Prokhorenko ]
 
Sanjay Saxena
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Congratulations!!!
Today is my first day in this forum.
Would definitely like to know how did you prepare for this exam.
_Sanjay
 
Rajah Nagur
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Congratulations
btw,
* how many assumptions you had? in what depth?
* Did u change the existing BDM or just extended it?
* How did u manage the SLA requirements?
 
neel architect
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In my design swing client and web client connecting through web tier.In the web tier i am using declarative security .So In the component diagram do i have to show Login ,Logout delegate, AccountManager,AccountDAO.
As per my knowledge ,in declarative authentication,container will do authentication automatically.So i donot need to show in component diagram.
Wating for your suggesstion.
 
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