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Completed part 2 & 3 - finally

 
Sourav Gupta
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Finally I too got the results. Following are the details.

Thanks to everyone in this forum. It's a great place for SCEA.

Grade: P
Score: 90
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) ............................... 44
Component Diagram (44 maximum) ........................... 38
Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ............. 8


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Sourav
 
vijay Mamilla
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Congratulation Sourav.Greate Score.

Did you mention the protocol name/names (HTTPS) in component diagram?

Thanks,
Vijay
[ February 08, 2006: Message edited by: vj reddy ]
 
James Turner
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Congratulations Sourav!

Great score...


Did you use JAAS for authentication of the Swing client?

Cheers for any help!

Regards,
James.
 
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Congrats Sourav, great job!



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Sourav Gupta
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Did you mention the protocol name/names (HTTPS) in component diagram?


No. I mentioned protocols in deployment diagram

Did you use JAAS for authentication of the Swing client?


No, I didn't use JAAS in my architecture.

A little details about my assignment:

1 class diagram (technology independent)
1 component diagram
6 sequence diagram (1 for each 4 detailed use cases(in client independent way), 1 for web client interaction, 1 for swing client interaction)
1 deployment diagram

7-8 pages of documentation.

HTH,
Sourav
 
vijay Mamilla
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Thanks Sourav
 
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Congratulations Sourav!!
Laxmi
 
Karimulla Shaik
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Congrats Sourav..

You mentioned that you prepared 7-8 pages of documentation along with your assignment.Did you prepare a word document and linked to HTML generated report..? Your reply in this regard is very helpful.

regards
Karim
 
Karimulla Shaik
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Congrats Sourav..

You mentioned that you prepared 7-8 pages of documentation along with your assignment.Did you prepare a word document and linked to HTML generated report..? Your reply in this regard is very helpful.

regards
Karim
 
Sourav Gupta
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Karim,

I did not understand what did you mean by "... linked to HTML generated report..? ".

I prepated one HTML document which had my assumptions/explanations and links to various diagrams. I used MS word for preparing the document.

HTH,
Sourav
 
Karimulla Shaik
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Sourav,

Thanks for the reply. I was under the assumption that assignemnt should consist of only HTMLs. As per your explanation, I believe you prepared the MS word doc containing your architecture,assumptions and HTML for diagrams and your assignment jar contained both of them.Is this correct?

regards
Karim
 
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Congratulation!!!
 
Sourav Gupta
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Karim,

I prepared my assumptions document in HTML using MS word.

HTH,
Sourav
 
Vinay Singh
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Congrats Saurav
1 .Did you use Cade's book as reference ? If yes what is customer in Cade's class diagram ? Similarly other classes which he has derived from domain model like LineItem, Return Request etc are not in sequence or component diagram. Are these persistent entities ?
2. Did you use any framwork or showed the complete nine yards i,e controller , BD etc ?
 
Arvind Patel
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Congratulations Sourav
Great Job !!!
 
vijay Mamilla
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Sourav,

These are my assumptions:

1. 1 equipment has 1 or more seats (association)
1..* 1
Seats------------------- Equipment
2. 1 Flight has 1 equipment (association)
1 1
Equipment ------------- Flight
3. 1 segment has 1 flight (association)
1 1
segments -------------- Flight
4. Itinerary has 1 or more segments (association)
1..* 1
segments --------------- Itinerary
5. 1 Customer has 0 or more Itineraries (Itinerary navigation association towards customer;
0..* 1
Itineary ---------> customer
6. Itinerary link with payment
1 1
Itineary --------> Payment
7. Customer has composite relationship with Profile as well as Mileage account
(1-1 relation ship)
8. Profile has composite relationship with Creditcard.
9. Payment is link with Mileage account as well as Creditcard.
Payment ------------> Mileage Account
payment ------------> Creditcard
Can you please suggest me, any navigation or aggregation or composite relation ships?

Thanks,
Vijay
 
Sourav Gupta
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1 .Did you use Cade's book as reference ? If yes what is customer in Cade's class diagram ? Similarly other classes which he has derived from domain model like LineItem, Return Request etc are not in sequence or component diagram. Are these persistent entities ?

Yes, I did. I did not find any difference in the definition of Customer in Cade's book with anything else. I also didn't show all the classes from my Class diagram into my component diagram. I felt it's fine not to show them. However I lost maximum marks in my component diagram.:-)

I felt it doesn't matter if a class/object/component is persistent or not. I showed it in my diagrams if it helped me communicating my design.

2. Did you use any framwork or showed the complete nine yards i,e controller , BD etc ?

I used simplified and customized version of petstore. My primary focus was on the performance ONLY. I feel that as an archtect one must focus on all non-functional requirements.

HTH,
Sourav
[ February 13, 2006: Message edited by: Sourav Gupta ]
 
Sourav Gupta
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Hi VJ,

I am not sure how much I can talk about these without violeting the rules as you have mentioned about the actual solutions of the problem.

However my suggestions to you would be:
1) You are allowed to change the requirements if you justify that. However try not to change the requirements. If you do then explain in details why you did so.

2) I realized that there are several number of solutions to this problem. I have seen people scored high marks with as well as without changing requirements. So all you need is to justify your design and be consistent.

HTH,
Sourav
 
vijay Mamilla
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Thanks Sourav
 
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Way to go! Congratulations Saurav.
 
Ajith Kallambella
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Way to go! Congratulations Sourav.
 
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