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SCEA PART 2 Question

 
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the instruction said "Listing of any assumptions made during the process of coming up with the architecture and design.",but did not require us to write a document.
I want to ask : Must the documents be one of the deliverables,but this point not refer in the instruction.
As far as I knew,the document should be added in SCJD.
 
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For my own part, I simply listed the assumptions I made on their own, rather than as one of the usual deliverable documents. Seemd to make more sense, though I'm certain that others here have done it in various different methods.

The most important thing seems to simply be mentioning where you were going with your thought process.
 
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the second question:
there is a Businese domain model in the instructions .It exists a BDM diagram.In the assignment ,should we make this diagram as a base,and add some new class diagrams in it?
but in fact the BDM includes most parts of the class diagram . ,what else classes diagram can I add to it?please people can provide one example to it.(should add session bean or service locator?)
 
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Well, as for your second question, that's really a matter that's up to you. Unfortunately, none of us really can provide examples because I think that probably trespasses beyond JavaRanch's policy of not providing answers to real exam questions. Sorry.
 
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3rd question:
according to the instruction,it needs not us to add the attribute and method to the class diagram,is that right?
and what is "equipment" in the BDM?
[ October 26, 2005: Message edited by: peng chen ]
 
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I think the equipment is plane type,such as Boeing 737s .is that right?
also a critical question: what is frequent flyer mileage ? what is the function about this system to book the itinerary?
please anyone give adive to me
 
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Well, FFM system is where the customer's mileage information is stored. So when the customer wished to pay for the itinerary, he can either pay with the credit card OR with the mileage. So the FBN system checks with the FFM system whether the customer has enough miles to pay for the itinerary or not.

HTH.
 
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