3. One thing that I've been thinking about is the use of SFSB. My design only uses SLSB, and I always hesitate to use SFSB, unless absolutely necessary. IMO, storing things in session is usually convenient and may improve performance but sacrificing memory resources. And I found that I can manage user session state by storing everything at client-side. Any arguments on why SFSB is a must?
Originally posted by Samuel Pessorrusso:
I think you don't have any problems in you diagrams but you have problem with your assumptions/design choices.
What do you think? Did you explain security, protocols, CMTxBMT, BMPxCMP, patterns that you have used and why did you use them, ect ... ?
Great attitude! As one educator once told me, a major force in learning is .... frustration. If we treat frustration correctly, we can greatly benefit from it and you Nelson seem to be on the right track.
The attitude in this forum, for some reason, is against SFSB. Statefull beans are absolutely _huge_ when used correctly and in my opinion they are really needed in our assignment.
grate grate grate very grate actitude.
Congrats again, we all learn from you !!!
I lost alot of marks in my component diagrams. I was so looking up to the title scea that i left out the subsystem(s) in my component diagrams which i think is highly essential.(wondering if you did same)? I Also didnt represent the Application Clients in much detail. hence the reason(s) for scoring low marks in that section.
#Respect evaluators time, so do not deliver a bit extra than what is asked(1+1+4) diagrams.
Originally posted by Hari Private:
I just passed my SCEA with 90% (39+39+12)
...Component diagram only deals with high level components - You don't put a transfer object or Itinerary object as a component....
I just showed that agent application client uses a delegate that talks to the SFSB/SLSB
With a java swing client wanting to access, I don't think it's easy to implement session tracking mechanism in swing, although it may be theoratically possible to code one. Hence you want to leverage the benefits of SFSB.
Originally posted by Biswaranjan Das:
Hats off to you Nelson. You have the courage to face mass after a failure. I just got certified and scored 95%. Now it is just a matter of time before you get yours.
#Prepare a review checklist like spellcheck, consistency (not EJB/SLSB/Session Bean/Session Facade),multiplicity,aggregation/composition.
#Try to PUT your self in evaluator position and start contradicting each of your own decision.
Originally posted by Nelson Karan:
[QB]However, I put my mind to the task, searching and reading every and any post in the forum that could possibly be spelling out mistakes I made in my submission. QB]
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