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passed with 148/155

 
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Hi, All,
Just got my result as below.
Thanks for all kinds of help I got from this group.
I passed scjp on 4/16, downloaded scjd assignment
on 5/10, uploaded on 6/6, took the exam on 6/8, got result today (6/20).
I lost 3 point on GUI as I expected, since I implemented
everything on Windows NT using JDK1.3.
A little disappointed or puzzled with score on server.
Youliang
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Test: Sun Certified Developer for the Java 2 Platform (310-027)
Date Taken: 2001-06-20 08:37:56.747
Registration Number: g4cdtt0a3c
Site: qu1
Grade: P
Score: 148
Comment: This report shows the total points that could have been awarded
in each section and the actual number of points you were awarded. This
is provided to give you per-section feedback on your strengths.
The maximum possible # of points is 155; the minimum to pass is 124.
General Considerations(maximum = 58): 58
Documentation(maximum = 20): 20
GUI(maximum = 24): 21
Server(maximum = 53): 49
 
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That is an outstanding score!
So did you use RMI? Sockets?
How did you handle locking?
You got perfect on documentation, any suggestions?
How did you resolve remote vs local mode?
Did you allow the user to select mode via command line or gui?
 
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Youliang, Congrats! for passing the exam.
I was wondering whether there is anything wrong with using
Windows platform. I am as well using JDK 1.3 on Windows 2000.
Since you mentioned about losing some points for using
Windows platform, I was curious.
Would appreciate your feedback.
 
youliang wang
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Some details regarding my design:
Modifying the Data Class - implementing criteriaFind(String criteria) and lock()/unlock().
Using RMI for Networking Choice and Design of Data Server
Implementing Data Client - using Wrapper class and Factory class for local and networking mode, as well as the usage of a business layer between DataClientFactory and client GUI.
Creating the Graphic User Interface - extending AbstractTableModel, extending JDialog to a customized dialog, using a pop-up window to process booking request, providing the on-line help, displaying message dialog boxes.
Youliang
 
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