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Krishna Jonnalagadda
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Hello All,

I am designing for an online retail system which need to be scalable ..etc have couple of questions on deployment diagram for the same:

I am planning to deploy <redacted>

1. I think it would be good to have <redacted>. I am planning to have <redacted> for <redacted> and <redacted>.
In this scenario i think i need not deploy <redacted>. Is this ok ?

2. Do i need to use <redacted> ?

3. I am using <redacted>. Is this a over Kill ? Please give your comments.

2. Is the above scenario a over kill (costly) ? Do i need to get rid off <redacted> ? Just use deployment diagram as show in Mark cade book ?

I never go a chance to do all of these and this is the first time i am doing this and all of the above decisions are based on the research on internet ...Please give your valuable comments/suggessions ....Hope fully i'll become a good architect after this certification ...

Andrew Monkhouse
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Almost all questions and responses on CodeRanch are welcome, however there are very specific rules for our SCJD and SCEA forums. These are spelt out in the SCJD specific rules, and the SCEA FAQ. More generic rules about certification issues are spelt out in our policy on real questions.

In looking at your post, I felt that it was discussing a real solution, so I had to delete it.

Perhaps you could re-word it to be less assignment specific?
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