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cleared part II and III (90%)

 
vu lee
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After five weeks of waiting, I finally got the result today. Thought I spent 50% of my total time on the sequence diagram, I got only 10 point. I am happy with the score any way. Time to celebrate

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) .......................... 44 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 36 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 10
 
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Congratulations Lee

Which UML tool did you use for sequence, class and component diagrams?
 
Jeremy Hsu
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congradulation. by the way, when did you take the 3rd test by the way? I noticed Sun seem to back on track starting August. I only waited for 3 weeks to get my result.
 
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Congrats! Great result!
 
Sanjay Saxena
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Congratulations!!!
How much time did it take for part2 ?
 
vu lee
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Thanks guys. JavaRanch is awesome. This is where I got the answers for my questions.

Which UML tool did you use for sequence, class and component diagrams?


ravindra,
I used MagicDraw which is both user friendly and easy to use. I drafted my class diagram and component diagram on the paper before downloading the tool.

Jeremy,
I took part III on the second day of July. You're surely lucky, Jeremy.

Sanjay,
I spent over 5 weeks working on the assignment. There were a couple of times I thought I completed the assignment, but after looking it over, I redo it.
 
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Congrats!!

I would like to know how you handled security.I have read most the passed ranchers just provide documentation on the same.
But my concern is how much documentation on this?
Do I need to explain which methods/urls will be protected ..the security roles ,security context propagation ..etc..or just mentioning the approach is enough ..e.g container managed security,JAAS etc.

I have the similar question about transactions also.
Could you please provide some pointers(links you referred) on app client security .

Thanks
 
vu lee
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Hi Ajai,
I'm sorry for the late response. For security, I just mentioned it briefly in the document,using secure url connection in java.net. Take a look at this post
 
Pankaj Mishra
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Congrats vu lee!!Its a great score.

Could u pls tell me if u had shown the generalization(inheritance) relationships in your class diagrams.

I have seen people writing about other relationships(association, dependency, aggregation, composite etc) but have never seen any post saying that the generalization was shown.

The example in Mark Cade too doesn't show generalization .

If you too had not shown generalization then why ?

Pls throw light and clear my doubts.


Thanks
Pankaj
 
vu lee
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Pankaj,
When doing the assignment, I focused on the high level abstract design -- avoiding low level detail design. My class diagram just showed association and multiplicity. My opinion is the more detail the class diagram, the more rigid it is --making it less flexible.
 
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