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Hi All
i passed SCEA part 2 with 84 %
My breakups are
class diagram - 37
component diagram - 39
sequence diagram - 8

Thanks to javaranch and yahoo groups

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Congrats Kundan
Can you please share your expierences.

Subu
 
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Hi subu
I didnt do much practice in 1st paper because i had a good working experience in J2EE and also recenly cleared SCBCD. For part 2 yes i did a lot of r&d , gone through many books and articles(not thoroghly), i touched many topics. I even tried many tools like argoUML,enterprice architect and rational rose .Infact i did my class diagram using argo uml and component diagram using enterprise architect. I used package approach for component diagram. Part 3 was simple but if you have really worked hard in part 2. It took me 4 weeks to complete part 2 and 3.
What else??
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How long did it take to get your results??
 
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Congrats~
 
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Congrats!
Did you change the BDOM? What was your approach of identifying all the classes for the class diagram, and last, how many classes did you end up having?

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Hi Kundan.

- Congratulations on your achievement.
- Can you tell us if you have followed the CADE-ROBERTS approach or JAVA
PET STORE approach for your design.

Cheers,
Srikanth.
 
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Hi Raj
It took 2 weeks 3 days to get the result

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Hi David
No i extended the BDOM, not changed it
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Hi Srikant
My design was not very complicated, I follows my design, which is similar to struts, not petstore. I read cade's book but did not follow it.

and david i had 29 classes
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Kundan,

What do u say abt the book. I mean did u referenced First edition or the second one.

Do u have any Idea, how much is the difference between the two ?

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Rahul
 
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Can you share your experience about Part III. Are all four questions related to each other and address only one non-functional requirement e.g. what did you use for xx? why did you use xxx? etc.

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Originally posted by kundan varma:

and david i had 29 classes



Kundan,

29 classes and all of them were technology independet I assume? How did you manage to identify 29 classes? Can you give me some advice on how to identify those classes? Did you show all of the classes in your sequence diagrams?

D.
[ July 01, 2005: Message edited by: David Follow ]
 
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