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Cleared Part II and III - 90%

 
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I took my part III exam on June 16th. I received my result yesterday:

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) ...................... 40 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 11

Thanks a lot to the various discussions in this site ! Thanks again to Java Ranch !!!
 
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Congratulations Harish!

Regards, Andrew
 
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Congrats
 
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Congrats
 
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Hi Harish,

Which books / links you refrerred for your Part II preperations ?
Thanks
 
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Congrats Harish, great job!



Regards,
 
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Hi Mohan,

Congrats ... enjoy your SCEA!
 
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Thanks all !

Shekhar...to answer your question, i referred to the case study given in Marc Cade's book. For EJB's, i referred to Ed Roman and Sun's J2EE patterns.

I used MS Visio for drawing the Class, Component and Sequence diagrams.
 
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Hi Harish,

Congratulations !!!

Is MS Visio a freeware ? If yes the pls. let me know if we can download the same from some website.

Thanks,

--Sandeep
 
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congratulations !!! grate score !!!
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Originally posted by Sandeep Kumar:
Is MS Visio a freeware ? If yes the pls. let me know if we can download the same from some website.

Hi Sandeep,

No, MS Visio is not freeware, although you can download a free trial of it.

An alternative might be DIA (yes, there are versions for Microsoft platforms).

Regards, Andrew
 
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Congratulations Harish

Could you tell us something about your component diagram?

1) did you design in functional components.
e.g. login component -> pay component -> email component.

2) or you design in a tier solution.
e.g. web browser component -> web presentation component -> EJB component.
 
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CONGRATS !!!
 
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Shoutan,

To answer your following question:

Could you tell us something about your component diagram?

1) did you design in functional components.
e.g. login component -> pay component -> email component.

2) or you design in a tier solution.
e.g. web browser component -> web presentation component -> EJB component.
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I went for a tier based approach.

Thanks,
Harish Mohan
 
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Congratulations Harish!
I have question for you on component diagrams. The Cades books uses <<JSP>> stereotype to show a UI component. If the architecture needs to support other kind of clients like thick clients - how do you depict that.

Thanks,
 
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Congrats Harish!

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Tyler
- Certified in more subjects than you
 
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