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Passed with 144 points

 
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Hi All,

I cleared SCDJ with 144 points. Here is the break up....

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): 50 Documentation(maximum = 20): 20 GUI(maximum = 24): 24 Server(maximum = 53): 50

I took the exam on 7th September and got the results just 1 hr back.

I wud like to thank all of the java ranchers helped me in getting thru.
This group is really great.
Sorry my user name

Thanx a lot,
Shankar S
 
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Hello Sankar,
Congratulation !
Now a days hardly one candidate clear per week ?!?!
good score.
As u got full marks in GUI, can u eloberate on that. What were your layout, color scheme, what care is taken for future changes in gui ?
thanks and cogrates once again
devu
 
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Congrat !!!
 
S Shankar
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Hi,
I used BorderLayout for the main window and a status bar which shows the current connection status, whether it is connected in local or remote mode.
And, the menu bar was very simple (Connection and Help are the two menus)
Regards,
Shankar S
 
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hi Shankar,
congratulations!
c'd u pl. mail the class files of y'r applicn.
alongwith the documentation...
or just documentation files also would do fine...
i just want to have proper perspective as to what
kind of functionalities are wanted in the applicn.
any help would b appreciated.
thanx in advance.
 
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Congratulations
- Peter
 
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CONGRATULATIONS!!! Shanker
I have just started out on this project can you give me some insights on how to go about it,I am quite raw to this exam at the moment.
Thanks
vikas s
 
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Originally posted by S Shankar:
Hi,
I used BorderLayout for the main window and a status bar which shows the current connection status, whether it is connected in local or remote mode.
And, the menu bar was very simple (Connection and Help are the two menus)
Regards,
Shankar S


Congrats on your achivement.
but i have one question..
did you provide the user with facility of changing from remote mmode to local mode on the fly..
waiting for your reply..
 
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congrtulation,
can you tell me about your GUI.
TIA :CONFUSED:
 
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Hi,
Siddharth, I did allow changing the connection mode only after disconnecting the current connection.
niharika, Can you be more specific about your question.
Bye,
Shankar S
 
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Originally posted by Shankar Shanmugam:
Hi,
Siddharth, I did allow changing the connection mode only after disconnecting the current connection.
Bye,
Shankar S


Thanks a lot...
 
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<h2>Congratulations Shankar</H2>
And Welcome to the Club
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Mahindrakar
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Consultant - Zensar Technologies ,Pune India.
SCJP2, SCJD2 & SCJEA (Part I)
 
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Originally posted by Shankar Shanmugam:
Can you be more specific about your question.


I want to know did you use MVC in your GUI.If yes, then could you please explain it.
 
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