Cyrill Ruettimann

Greenhorn
+ Follow
since Jul 14, 2005
Cows and Likes
Cows
Total received
0
In last 30 days
0
Total given
0
Likes
Total received
0
Received in last 30 days
0
Total given
0
Given in last 30 days
0
Forums and Threads
Scavenger Hunt
expand Ranch Hand Scavenger Hunt
expand Greenhorn Scavenger Hunt

Recent posts by Cyrill Ruettimann

Hello,

It was too late I think. I have now reread the first sentence and the deliverables are the architecture plus the design!

All clear now ...


Regards,

Cyrill
Hello,

I have a basic question about the granularity of the class diagram, sequence diagram and component diagram. I have searched the forum for some time now but have not found the message I am looking for.

Speaking of architecture and the view model (for example 4+1) you choose to describe your architecture and the deliverables for Part II, I have some concerns about the granularity of the UML diagrams to deliver. Do they expect in the class diagram just the Domain Model (Business Layer) or all classes involved in the use cases starting by a JSF view, diving down through all layers until I reach the integration layer? So then it's more about design than architecture? Normally the class diagram to describe an architecture just contains the Domain Model. And the sequence diagram to describe an architecture shows the components (Boundary/Control/Entity) instead of the classes like in a design.

In the specification for the component diagram they specify to include the major components/classes. So I can then use the class diagram just for the domain model and include the classes like Facades/Controllers/Services used in the sequence diagram in the component diagram like I will do it normally to describe an architecture? This is also the approach stated in the course documentation for SL-425.


Which granularity have you chosen?


Thanks very much!

Cyrill
Hi Michael,

I just returned from my Exam today where I scored with 67%. I did a very bad job in the Patterns area with 37% percent! And that was the area which I know very well compared to the Security which I do not know very well and scored very good. The questions are sometimes not that precise (in my opinion) to choose the correct answer. Especially If you are not a native english speaker. And the spectrum is immense, ranging from the Syntax of the expression language in JSP's and JSF to the integration of an old legacy server.

And maybe you have answered the opening questions (not the exam iteslf) about your experience wrong and received the most complicated questions? I assume, that everyone here succeed in a different exam. Meaning, that the exam consists of 64 questions from a pool of about 200 questsions. So we can not compare each other, right?


Regards,

Cyrill
Hello,

Thanks for the response. Andrew, you mean there is something like a filter/adapter between the database implementation and the GUI who makes sure that records returned by the database (begins with) are filtered out to achive the GUI requirements (match exactly).

Regards,

Cyrill
Hi,

In the section 'The User Interface':

It must ... where the name and/or location fields exactly match the values specified by the user.



In the interface declaration for findByCriteria():

..matches any field values that begins with criteria[n]



I am a bit lost because I have to implement the interface (they run for sure the test against this interface) and have to conform to the guidelines (must).

How do you interpret this?

Regards,

Cyrill