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Cleared Part II & III with 86%

 
Vinay Singh
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Dear Friends
The hard work has finally paid off. I have cleared part II & III with 86 %
The break up is
Class Diagram (44 maximum) ............................... 42 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ........................... 34 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ............. 10

The component diagram was my weakest section and that is where I lost the maximum points.
Class disgram was not exactly technology independent but Session beans were displayed with stereotypes.
Sequence diagram was simple with no methods parameters.
This forum ROCKS!!! The discussions here were terrific.
I was really apprehensive initially if this certifcation would add any value to my skills but in my journey towards this certification, I had learned a lot of valuable lessons.
Thanks everyone.
Thanks Java Ranch.
Cheers!!!
 
Gopi Yedla
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Congratulations Vinays!!

Cheers,
Gopi.
 
Bobby Sh
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Hi Vinays ,
did you show the Value Objects in your class diagram?
Bobby
 
Vinod Subramaniam
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Congradulation Vinay. Iam planning to take my Part 2. Iam preparing for it. In parallel i wanted to pay for SCEA part 2 and get the assignment, understand and start thinking about the Use Case. Can you please tell me the procedure for SCEA Part2.

Thanks and Regards,
Vinod S
 
Virendran Pushpanayagam
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Congrats.


 
Samuel Pessorrusso
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Congratulations!
 
Cleuton Sampaio
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Hi,

Congrats! I am anxious to know whether sould I drink to celebrate or to forget my certification!

 
Vinay Singh
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Thanks everyone.
Bobby, I did not show Value Objects in my class diagram.
In fact there were no J2EE components in class diagram. It was extension of domain model and based around that only.
Value Objects were shown in Sequence diagram.

Vinod,Mail to suncert@Thomson.com and they would direct you to a regional testing centre from where you can purchase the assignment.

Cleuton I drank to celebrate and then forgot about the certification in morning.
 
veena madhukar
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1> can we show composition, aggregation kind of relations for the classes which would get picked up from BDM -- ?

2> Also, in the class diagram, do we need to show datamembers in following instances:
showing equipment as a data member in the flight class which is already indicated by the relationship?

3> Class diagram is techonology independent -- does this mean that we do not show DAOs in the class diagram? then do we show any class which is equivalent to that in terms of actions that a DAO performs. basically retrieveing data from database, or in case of an session bean -- some controller needs to be shown right? how do we manage this "technology independent"?
 
Vinay Singh
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Originally posted by veena madhukar:
1> can we show composition, aggregation kind of relations for the classes which would get picked up from BDM -- ?

2> Also, in the class diagram, do we need to show datamembers in following instances:
showing equipment as a data member in the flight class which is already indicated by the relationship?

3> Class diagram is techonology independent -- does this mean that we do not show DAOs in the class diagram? then do we show any class which is equivalent to that in terms of actions that a DAO performs. basically retrieveing data from database, or in case of an session bean -- some controller needs to be shown right? how do we manage this "technology independent"?


Veena
Lots of questions like this come to mind while designing the application. I too had spend a lot of time visualizing class diagrams.
Here is a link in which we had very interesting discussion around class diagrams
http://www.coderanch.com/t/154710/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/Stereotypes-class-diagram
Let me know if this has helped you in some way and answers your queries.
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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It's time to celebrate !

Congratz !!!
 
wise owen
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Congratulations.
 
Santiago Urrizola
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Congratulations !! enjoy now !!!
 
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