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Passed PartII with 93%

 
Duren Lee
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I uploaded my assignment on Otc. 18, and then the next day took part in the PartIII. Today i check my certmanager, and find my result is here!!!, the date taken is 2005-10-31.
Thank the ranchers helped me, and all of ranchers. You freinds greatly contributed to me, Thank you very much again.

Here is my result report:
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part II (310-061)
Date Taken: 2005-10-31 20:24:13.827
Registration Number: m88syd51f5
Site: cnbu
Grade: P
Score: 93
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) .......................... 39 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 42 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 12

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1. Class Diag: There are 20 classes related to business rule.
2. Componet Diag: there are more than 30 components, and component diags are divided into three parts based on business logic. There is no clutter in every diag.
3. Sequence Diag: there are 5 diags, Pay for the itinerary has 2 diags based on the way to pay for the itinerary.
4.Architect document: There are 14 pages: the parts contains high-level view of the system, architecture design(hign-level design, module design, QoS design), Assumption(4 pages), and the description of Class,Component, Sequence diags.

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Some questions on component diagram?
Did you present the interface of EJB
Did you present the association between components.
Did you present the Bussiness Delegate and VO ib\\
 
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Gong xi gong xi!
 
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Originally posted by chao cai:
Some questions on component diagram?
Did you present the interface of EJB
Did you present the association between components.
Did you present the Bussiness Delegate and VO ib\\


Hi,cai chao
1. I didn't present the interface of EJB, that will cause to clutter the diag. I just named the component XXXEJB.
2. Yes, I did. but those need obey the UML component diag. rules.
3. I did the BD, VO didn't need to show.

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Originally posted by goldeneye isme:
Gong xi gong xi!


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I want devided the components into several packages,I will present the dependency between the packages firstly.
I used just one front controller servlet,Did I draw the web component in every subsystem package or just draw these in a new package ?
 
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Originally posted by chao cai:
I want devided the components into several packages,I will present the dependency between the packages firstly.
I used just one front controller servlet,Did I draw the web component in every subsystem package or just draw these in a new package ?


Cai chao,
1.if u want to have different packages, drawing their dependencies are required, so give the architecture high-level view.
2.because i don't know the design of yr presentation tier and the mechnism of deviding these packages, so i can't give u some suggestions . I follow the way of Mark Cade's book.

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Did you draw the digram about login or register?
Did you use several front controller servlets and draw it in each component digram?
What authentication and authorization solution did you use?

Thanks a lot
 
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Congrats Duren, Its a great score!!

Could you pls answer the following questions

1.How did u represent the 'composite entity' design pattern both in component diagram and the sequence diagram.

2.In which of the two diagrams(component or sequence) did you show the DTOs.

Cade's component diagram doesn't show any DTOs.

3.How did you do the state management for the Java client. Did you use an SFSB or client side management ?
Could you also refer some sources where I can find examples showing state management using java client or SFSBs.

4.In the Component Diagrams given in Mark Cade only the 'dependency' relationship between
various components is shown.In case we need to show the 'generalization'(inheritance) or
'realization' relationships then how do we show them ?

In case we dont show these relationships in the component diagram, then in which diagram
do we show them ?

Note - In the above I am referring to the components and not the various classes in
the 'class diagram'.
 
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Originally posted by chao cai:
Did you draw the digram about login or register?
Did you use several front controller servlets and draw it in each component digram?
What authentication and authorization solution did you use?

Thanks a lot


cai chao,
1. I didn't draw the login and register diag.
2. I performed this through login mechanism.

Hope to give u some suggestion, u can make it better.

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Originally posted by Pankaj Mishra:
Congrats Duren, Its a great score!!

Could you pls answer the following questions

1.How did u represent the 'composite entity' design pattern both in component diagram and the sequence diagram.

2.In which of the two diagrams(component or sequence) did you show the DTOs.

Cade's component diagram doesn't show any DTOs.

3.How did you do the state management for the Java client. Did you use an SFSB or client side management ?
Could you also refer some sources where I can find examples showing state management using java client or SFSBs.

4.In the Component Diagrams given in Mark Cade only the 'dependency' relationship between
various components is shown.In case we need to show the 'generalization'(inheritance) or
'realization' relationships then how do we show them ?

In case we dont show these relationships in the component diagram, then in which diagram
do we show them ?

Note - In the above I am referring to the components and not the various classes in
the 'class diagram'.


Pankaj Mishra,
1.You can just put a note to this EJB and state this EJB will implemented as 'Composite Entity' pattern in component diag. In sequence diag u don't show anything.
2. I don't show any DTOs, that will cause the diag clutter, u can just describe in the architecture doc.
3.This depends on yr design, but Sun encourages to use EJB
4.I followed Mark Cade.

duren
 
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