I finally got my results last thursday after 3 and a half weeks of wait. I found that I cleared Part II and III with 89%
My distribution was
Class Diagram 39
Componet Diagram 39
Sequence diagram 11
My suggestion is
1. Keep it simple.(Don't make it complicated although the requirements may look like)
2. Make it readable so that anybody can understand it.
3. Use J2EE patterns extensively
4. Write down every assumption even if it is obvious. Your solution can be unique. I think Sun is fine as long as you can justify it
I think anybody can pass this if she/he follows the above
Originally posted by Parag Bh:
Of DAO/DTO, Factory classes which one you have mentioned in class diagram? Which one of them are essential and which one are good to have?
How was your component diagram? Have you used design pattern in them?
Yes, I have mentioned all the above in class diagram. These are poven ones and I think one should use these patterns if possible.
Yes, I have also used design patterns in the component diagram. The components were shown tier wise.
Hope this helps
Where did you store the session ( Servlet or stateful session bean)?
Did you use Stateful or stateless Facade?
I just have one question about the BDM given in the assignment.
While submitting the design, did you change the BDM or did you preserve the same without any modifictaions to it.
I am thinking of two approaches given below in this regard and planning use the approach A) to be used in My design. Any comments and suggetsions would be very helpful.
A) Does it mean that you have added additonal domian classes by preserving the BDM ( and relationships) given in the assignement ?
- OR -
B) No Additonal Domain Classes to the existing BDM.
I have a question
I am using the ‘Fast Lane Reader’ pattern for doing the flight searches therefore I am not using the ‘Flight’ entity bean .
My question is that since the ‘Flight’ entity bean doesn’t have any dependency relationship with any other component in my ‘component diagram’, should I show it in the component diagram.