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passed 148/155 :-))))

 
death pac
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this is the break up :
General Considerations(maximum = 58): 58
Documentation(maximum = 20): 20
GUI(maximum = 24): 21
Server(maximum = 53): 49
Gui - MVC pattern
local / network - factory / adapter
lock/ unlock - singleton
will give more details on my application as per request !
special thanx to Akanimo for helping me with my remote/local mode design !!

ciao
amjad
 
Mark Spritzler
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Cool, I get to be the first to congratualte you on your success. I just downloaded my assignment last week. However, I am waiting to buy a new computer first, which should be within a week or two.
Did you use RMI or Object Serialization? and why did you choose that method?
Mark
 
Narayan Veeramani
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Congratulations! death pac.
I would appreciate if you could answer this question.
Did you include the server stub in the client jar file?
Or did you use the rmi.server.codebase property to dynamically
download it from the server machine?
Also for the policy file, did you grant all permissions?
Further did you test the project on both Unix and Windows platforms?
[This message has been edited by Narayan Veeramani (edited July 17, 2001).]
 
death pac
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hi narayan,
yes i included the stub's in the client.jar i did'nt use the codebase property .neither did i use policy files !
i tested on linux redhat7.1 and windows 2000 and it worked fine !
good luck
amjad
 
death pac
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mark,
i used rmi and reason why i chose rmi are as follows .
1.Rmi is threadsafe ,where as in sockets multithreading issues need to be cared for.

2.Sockets need a communication protocol which has to be custom defined.But in case of Rmi a custom protocol is not needed,because Rmi uses RMP for communication.

3.Rmi presents a simpler programming model over sockets.

4.Rmi supports dynamic class loading .This allows new types of objects to be introduced in to a remote virtual machine thus extending the behaivour of the application dynamically .

5.Rmi gives more scope for scalability.As new objects can easily be introduced with changing the exsisting setup.where as in the case of sockets the communication protocol might have to be modifyied to accomadate new features.
good luck
amjad
 
Akanimo Udoh
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death pac,
Congratulations!!! I've been waiting to see this posting on this site for a while. I'm glad you're finally thru. Whats next for you? I'm strongly considering doing the Architect cert to beef up my knowledge of the server-side technologies. I've found that my knowledge is usually limited and lop-sided when I learn only 'on-the-job) as is the case with my server-side experience. Lemme know whatz next for you.
Congratulations again.
Akanimo
 
Marre Mask
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When you wrote that you used the MVC pattern for the GUI, did you mean that Swing in itself uses MVC or did you mean something else?
If you meant that Swing uses MVC is that really correct? From what I understand uses it a modified type of MCV. I'm I rigth or wrong?
 
death pac
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hi Akanimo
i'm considering the architect exam as well !! But actually i'm a little further than considering ..i already have the voucher which expires in novemeber 01 !!!:-((
so i've to hurry on that !! guess i'll be seeing more of u on the architect news groups !
thanx !
ciao
amjad
 
death pac
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hi mask
what i meant by MVC is not the original swing implementation ,but it's specific to my application .I used to the model view controller pattern to handle switching of GUI screens .
amjad
 
pooja vij
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congratulations
i have same scorring pattern and project same as u.
i am planning to appear for written exam with in two three days
can you help me for written exam and tell me about the question that were asked you by sun in your exam.
i am also using rmi and mvc for gui
i shall be highly thankful to u.
 
pooja vij
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congratulations
my scoring and project are same as you.
now my project are complete and i am planning for written exam.
i am also using rmi and mvc model
please send your questions comes in your written exam
i am thank ful to you.
my other question is are you use dialog frame for entering host and port or use command line parameter
please help me
thanks
pooja
my mail_id is :slovely20@rediffmail.com
 
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