Dannyf Soon wrote:Anybody can tell me what pattern is used for the two SLSBs BidManager and AvailabilityManager in Cad Class Diagram & Sequqnce Diagram in Chapter 9? From my point of view, it's neither Business Delegate nor Session Facade. Any comments on this?
Usman Ibrahim wrote:I am also thinking of avoiding interfaces for SLSB to keep my class diagram simple and add a note that these will be accessed by Local/Remote interface. If anyone think this is not the best way, please voice out.
Krishna Jonnalagadda wrote:
How should we represent a local state less and a remote state less. Will it be some thing like this : <<local stateless>> or <<remote stateless>>
Can any one please clarify this ...?
Luay Abdulraheem wrote:Dear All,
What is the right way to represent a stateless session bean in Class diagram, stereotype <<@Stateless>> or <<Stateless>> ? same to <<@Entity>> or <<Entity>> ?
With or without '@' ?
Ranganathan Kaliyur Mannar wrote:Bad idea. Bad idea to 'extend' or 'create' new use cases. In the sequence diagrams, you can try and show when that 'entity' is created (maybe as part of creation of 'related' or 'parent' entity).
Andrew Monkhouse wrote:For the SCEA/OCMJEA exams, you do not need to go so deeply into the APIs. You might want to take a higher level view.
Devashish Bansal wrote:I also have the same Beta stuff with a different assignment named "Retire Early".
I guess they are providing all new assignments starting this month, as these are new assignments they cannot decide on passing marks yet same as with all Beta exams from Sun/Oracle, so they are going to analyse results of all these new assignments and then decide upon passing marks, hence called Beta.
I also checked if oracle launched Beta Architect exam for J2EE 6 but cannot find anything on oracle's site.
Kumar Amit wrote:I was talking about client code to invoke the method to trigger the timer. What is the best way to invoke the method on the bean which will create/trigger the timer (timerService.createTimer() etc). Should I use Startup servlet that will invoke this startTimer() method on the bean or something else?