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Passed PartII-III with 100%

 
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Hi Jignesh,
Congratulations on your perfect score.
Did you submit the sequencs and class diagrams for the 4 detailed use cases or all 7 use cases mentioned in the assignment?
Harsh
 
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Gary - I didn't put designe pattern classes or EJB or DAO in my class diagram. My class diagram had only extended business object design.
Harsh - I had only 4 sequence diagrams. Plus I had 2 extra diagrams for MVC interaction of web client and App client.
 
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How did u manage to get about 20+ classes if you didnt put any EJBs or design classes?
I've got 22 classes but 8 of them and Session EJBs . I've not shown Entity EJBs, Value Objects DAO etc etc ...
J
[ May 14, 2002: Message edited by: Jaspreet Singh UK ]
 
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I just counted exact figure...and its 16 classes in my class diagram.
Hey don't worry whether you have 10 or 20. Because if you stick with domain model then that should be enough. Give more importance to UML.
 
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Not really worried just wondered really ..
Since I just couldnt think of anymore.
(Sigh of relief) Jas
 
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Originally posted by JIGNESH1 SHAH:
I just counted exact figure...and its 16 classes in my class diagram.
Hey don't worry whether you have 10 or 20. Because if you stick with domain model then that should be enough. Give more importance to UML.


I'm still little bit confused, could you please help answer the following question?
many thanks!
do you have same number of classes in your class diagram and sequence diagram?
put it in another way, does the class diagram contain all classes in sequence diagram?
 
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My class diagram had only business domain objects. My sequence diagram was without any business domain. So, there wasn't any common classes between my class and sequence diagram.
 
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Originally posted by JIGNESH1 SHAH:
My class diagram had only business domain objects. My sequence diagram was without any business domain. So, there wasn't any common classes between my class and sequence diagram.


thank you very much, now it is clear.
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