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Dee RenJie
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I found some short answer about SCJD on net.
1) RMI or Socket? Why?
2) Describe your UI?
3) Extend or Modify Data class?
4) Locking Mechanism
5) JTable model used abstract model or your own?
6) Explain why your application will perform well?
7) Do you think your application is implemented as per of MVC design pattern?
8) What is the command line to launch the client on remote model.
9) Describe the command line of the Server.
Is it all? any question else?
 
Andrew Monkhouse
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Hi Dee,
Are you asking what should go into the Design Consdierations document?
Remember that any comments you read here, or on the web, are comments by people either currently attempting an assignment, or who have completed (and hopefully passed) an assignment. They may not be doing the same assignment as you, and these are all personal comments, not comments by an examiner or by Sun.
Having said that, the list of topic headings is not bad. I dont think you need command line arguments in the Design Considerations document - they should be in the README file.
I also have a section on Design Patterns Used, and another on Record Search Algorithm.
Regards, Andrew
 
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