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Abhinav Srivastava
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that was quick... wrote the essay exam on 7/5 and I can see the result today.

Scored 95 (41+42+12)

I know there are not many who would be taking the old test, but for those who are my advice is to:
  • keep it simple
  • design it yourself (so you can justify it!)


  • its time to change the signature...
     
    Jayaram Yanamundra
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    Abhinav,
    Congrats on passing your exam with very good scores.
    I am planning to upload the project by this month end.
    What was the design approach you would go for Business Delegates?I am planning to do my own framework. I have a web client approach and swing client approach. Do we go for multiple Business Delegates ?

    Cheers,
    -Jay
     
    naga ala
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    Hi Jayaram,

    I too have progressed with the same approach and have used the Business Delegate to wrap the complexity associated with the swing clients in my design .I have represented the same in the component depiction as I had 4 different significant areas to cover I had to come up with different delegates.hope this helps.


    Originally posted by Jayaram Yanamundra:
    Abhinav,
    Congrats on passing your exam with very good scores.
    I am planning to upload the project by this month end.
    What was the design approach you would go for Business Delegates?I am planning to do my own framework. I have a web client approach and swing client approach. Do we go for multiple Business Delegates ?

    Cheers,
    -Jay


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    Jayaram Yanamundra
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    Thanks for your quick reply naga.

    Originally posted by naga ala:
    Hi Jayaram,

    I too have progressed with the same approach and have used the Business Delegate to wrap the complexity associated with the swing clients in my design .I have represented the same in the component depiction as I had 4 different significant areas to cover I had to come up with different delegates.hope this helps.




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    Abhinav Srivastava
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    By multiple business delegate do you mean each catering to one "module" or one for desktop client and other for web?
    Again, they are all right approaches as long as you can justify your choice. Good luck...
     
    naga ala
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    Originally posted by Abhinav Srivastava:
    By multiple business delegate do you mean each catering to one "module" or one for desktop client and other for web?
    Again, they are all right approaches as long as you can justify your choice. Good luck...


    Hi,
    Abhinav I meant each for a module that interfaces with the Swing client to a significant use case.
     
    Jayaram Yanamundra
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    I had one more question, how did you manage criss crossings in the class diagrams? especially, when so many classes implements serializable interface.


    Originally posted by naga ala:


    Hi,
    Abhinav I meant each for a module that interfaces with the Swing client to a significant use case.
     
    naga ala
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    Originally posted by Jayaram Yanamundra:
    I had one more question, how did you manage criss crossings in the class diagrams? especially, when so many classes implements serializable interface.



    Hi Jay,

    My take on that is I never thought,it would be of any value addition to include the marker interfaces in the high level design.You would reach that level of detail in the low level or detail design.If you really want to show the marker interface implementation I would suggest you to do that in a separate class diagram that you discuss at a use case level.I guess that level of detail is not anticipated in the High level class diagrams.
    Disclaimer:-This is my personal view on the Highlevel design :-).
     
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    Thanks a lot naga.You're giving lot of good information.
    So,dont we have to show the basic flow through underlying front controller servlet, request processors, screen flow managers, url mappers, event mappers etc.
    Do you recommend going to BD's and in to business processing directly?

    Originally posted by naga ala:

    Hi Jay,

    My take on that is I never thought,it would be of any value addition to include the marker interfaces in the high level design.You would reach that level of detail in the low level or detail design.If you really want to show the marker interface implementation I would suggest you to do that in a separate class diagram that you discuss at a use case level.I guess that level of detail is not anticipated in the High level class diagrams.
    Disclaimer:-This is my personal view on the Highlevel design :-).
     
    Abhinav Srivastava
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    You should show those components which are significant to your design. I can have a completely justified design without making use of url mappers, event mappers even EJBs...
    But if your design includes those, then you must show them somewhere.
    Your objective should be to present your design clearly thru the diagrams.
    Think like an architect... thats what this exam is all about.
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    Jayaram Yanamundra
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    Thanks Abhinav.
    Originally posted by Abhinav Srivastava:
    You should show those components which are significant to your design. I can have a completely justified design without making use of url mappers, event mappers even EJBs...
    But if your design includes those, then you must show them somewhere.
    Your objective should be to present your design clearly thru the diagrams.
    Think like an architect... thats what this exam is all about.

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