Originally posted by kumar as:
Thanks for your replay,
If we use stateless session bean , then how we have client session in track .After client has logedin , he prepares itineary for first call , then he selects the itineary and then he pay for it, here how we trach the session state for that client.My question is , what you did for session traking.
thanks in advance,
Thanks a lot for your guidance on the class diagram! I have reviewed the Mark's book and found there is one class diagram example on page 146. As you mentioned, it was depicted in analysis level. One related question on it, do you think we should give all possible classes in the design phase, but these classes will be exhibited as analysis level?
Moreover, how many sequence and component diagrams did you provided? Do you only give the critical use cases on these two diagrams?
what for UML tool did you use for the assigment?
Everybody knows that there is at least two levels for class diagrams. One is analysis level, and the other one is for design level. Did you provide the two levels class diagrams to this exam?
Originally posted by Diego Amicabile:
To Kumar As
You should have a look at the Context Object J2EE pattern. That is exactly what it is for.
Originally posted by Hafizur Rahman:
Ya, I got your point and a question poped in mind. I think at least some of "quality of service features" (performance, scalability, reliability, availability, manageability) is very very hard to measure from the design diagram. In other words, is there any way to measure them from the design diagrams submitted?
Though J2EE has several APIs for varying purposes, I think it is not that hard for even an average developer to use/master them.
So from my observation, it is the OOA&D that makes the difference. I will be glad to know your observation.
A short question. Say, I am confident I can take the challenge, but I have little professional experience. Do you think it is a good idea to take the exam?
One thing I noticed from the conversation in this forum is anyone who is good at OOA&D can suceed. From your success experience, do you think your expertise is reflected in your score?
I agree with you. However, does the industry supports a certified achitect (J2EE in particular) with little practical experience?