Christian Suarez wrote:Scoot.. According with the Post Request for Parts use case specification The system makes a bid request for A input part category, this does mean that we have only one Part Category related with a single Request, so in this case the system only can managed one request by part?
Ronald Wouters wrote:
Christian Suarez wrote:In my class diagram I have a 1-1 multiplicty between PO and Request.
Have you considered the following alternative flows/scenarios and their impact on this multiplicity :
No supplier is interested in the Request and therefor no bids are made for that particular Request (before the auction timeout period expires) A supplier asks for a re-send of the purchase order that was already sent for this Request
The assignment only lists the basic flow / main success scenario for each use case. A robust solution must consider the alternate flows/scenarios also.
Yang Zheng wrote:Hi, guys, thank you all for replying my post.. that's take it easy..
When i visit amazon, i saw to following books listed for scea:
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (Exam 310-051) by Paul Allen
Sun Certified Enterprise Architecture for J2EE Technology Study Guide (Sun Microsystems Press) by Mark Cade
i am actually considering to buy one of this (or both)...
Do you guys recommend me to buy these books? (or are they useful in preparing the exams?)
Juee Doo wrote:The road is all request is forward to ForntController servlet and then it call Dispatcher to call the ActionServlet.
In my opinion the dependency relationship from jsp should point to the action servlet that it calls. but it doesn't show up the Controller's function.
daming wang wrote:Thanks Scott!
I have sent mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, there is no answer.
Juee Doo wrote:I give classes without attributes and methods, except some import attributes and methods.
for example, a pojo, i just give it a class name, not give the detail of attributes.
It is fine for a archtectrue level doc?