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Passed Part II and III with 88%! Some tips

 
Shuai Jam
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Test: Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part II (310-061)
Date Taken: 2005-10-11 21:28:46.373
Registration Number: *****************
Grade: P
Score: 88
Comment: 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) ........................... 36 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ............. 10

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I must say, this forum gives me a lot of help to pass this examine.
Thanks to you all!!!

BTW: I just wait for less than 3 weeks to get the result . I submitted the assignment on 22-Sep-2005 and take Part III on 24-Sep-2005

Some tips:
I have 16 class in my class diagram and 27 components in my only on e component diagram.
Also I have 6 pages assumption.
I change the business domain a lot and it looks that the examiner accept it.

For the part III, it is very easy. Because I don't know how much detail need to give in the answer, I use 85 mins to put in everything I can remember. Don't worry about it, if you actually do the assignment by yourself. You will remember the answer in the classroom .

In fact I redo my assignment from the head for some times because I always find it cannot satisfy my thoughts. Everytime before I want to submit it, I found some places need to be changed. This occurs again and again. In the end, I cannot bear it and just click the submit button . Ok... now it is the time to cheer

[ October 12, 2005: Message edited by: Shuai Jam ]
[ October 12, 2005: Message edited by: Shuai Jam ]
 
chao cai
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Congratulations!
Do you use the framework just like WAF or Struct in presentation tie?
Can you tell me the struct of your assumption ?
 
Shuai Jam
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Originally posted by chao cai:
Congratulations!
Do you use the framework just like WAF or Struct in presentation tie?
Can you tell me the struct of your assumption ?


No. I don't use any framework in presentation tier, i just use some normal J2EE patterns in the client, though actually I feel these patterns are unneccessary (because the work flow is very simple).

For assumption,
I have a index.htm, it includes the links to my assumption.htm and all the diagrams. In the assumption document, I list my assumptions and related Design Considerations by points.

Hope it helpful!
 
Steven Wong
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Hi Shuai,

Congrats first of all.

Can you share : -


1. How have you shown the JSP / Swing components in Component and Sequence diagram ? Did you show all the separate JSP pages?

2. How did you show the interaction between the different Use Cases in the Sequence Diagram ? For eg, how Prepare Itinerary call Pay For Itinerary?

3. Did you use Screen Scraper for FMS? I'm a bit unsure how to represent this in the Component and Sequence Diagram.
 
Shuai Jam
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Originally posted by Steven Wong:
Hi Shuai,

Congrats first of all.

Can you share : -


1. How have you shown the JSP / Swing components in Component and Sequence diagram ? Did you show all the separate JSP pages?

2. How did you show the interaction between the different Use Cases in the Sequence Diagram ? For eg, how Prepare Itinerary call Pay For Itinerary?

3. Did you use Screen Scraper for FMS? I'm a bit unsure how to represent this in the Component and Sequence Diagram.

1, No, I combine all the Jsp and Swing into one component in Sequence and component diagram.
2, I use a <<include>> stereotype. You can search some topices in this forum. I also get the idea from here (but I am sorry that I don't know how to explain it)
3, I cannot say too much about design. But I don't show this in the diagram but describe it in my assumption.

In the end, you can choose any design that you feel it is reasonable and you must make sure your design can satisfy the requirement. For example, I change and enhance the business domain model because I believe it is the best way to meet the requirement but there are also other people get 100% without do any changes. So follow your heart!
 
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Congrats! That's a great score - you should be very proud.
 
Ajai
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Congrats!!
Can u pls share with me any links /books you referred for swing part.
Did u just mention the swing GUI scrns in component diagrams?

In the BDM Itinerary->Segment->Flight->Equipment->Seats

Does seats represent all the seats in the equipment or seats(reservations)which belong to itinerary?

Thanks.
 
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Hi Shuai,

Thanks for the response.
Did you show the value objects in your component diagram?
The diagram will be huge if I show them - is it needed?
 
Shuai Jam
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Originally posted by Ajai Sandhu:
Congrats!!
Can u pls share with me any links /books you referred for swing part.
Did u just mention the swing GUI scrns in component diagrams?

In the BDM Itinerary->Segment->Flight->Equipment->Seats

Does seats represent all the seats in the equipment or seats(reservations)which belong to itinerary?

Thanks.

My sequence diagram does not show anything about swing GUI, but in component diagram, I show the components about Swing client.

For Seats, it quite depends how you define the word "Seat", you can put the defination in the assumption
 
Shuai Jam
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Originally posted by Steven Wong:
Hi Shuai,

Thanks for the response.
Did you show the value objects in your component diagram?
The diagram will be huge if I show them - is it needed?

For myself, I have not show any value objects in my components diagram. But I lose 8 points in my components diagram, so...I still suggest you don't show them in component diagram .
 
chao cai
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what solution did you adopt on authentication and authorization?
 
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