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Passed part II&III

 
Torsten Schippel
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Hi to all,
I've got it.
I found my results today.
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part II (310-061)
Date Taken: 2003-10-01 08:38:22.280
Registration Number: j7adus518c
Site: gr36
Grade: P
Score: 94
Comment: This report shows the total points that could have been awarded in each section and the actual amount of points you were awarded. This information is provided in order to give you feedback on your relative strengths on a section basis. The maximum number of points you could have received is 100, minimum to pass is 70. Class Diagram (44 maximum) .......................... 44 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 39 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 11
Many thanks to the group. I found good ideas and many things, which I would have ignored without it.
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Torsten
 
Billy Tsai
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congratulations
how long did u wait for this result
 
Bernhard Woditschka
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Well done!
 
Torsten Schippel
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Hi Billy,
i took part III on Sept 3 and got the result on Okt 1 as Bernhard did. Exactly 4 weeks.
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Torsten
 
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Well done indeed and congratulations
 
Bernhard Woditschka
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congratulations let's celebrate
 
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Congratulations Torsten
 
rethna pillai
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Torsten congrats,
Did you provide j2ee independent class diagram or general class diagram
Appreciate your response.
 
Torsten Schippel
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Hi Rethna,
the class diagram was independend of J2EE. All J2EE related design was shown in the component diagram.
The class diagram was in the Cade book style. It shows the business entities and a few controller classes like Cade but I didn't add any stereotype (StatelessSessionBean).
I was surprised to get all points there. Because I was missing something all the time. I think the class diagam should show your understanding of the business case and the relations between all the entities. The component diagram then shows your J2EE design (Design pattern, bean types,...).
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Torsten
 
Raj Raj
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Congrats Torsten ....
-- In component Diagram did you showed all the JSPs....
-- Did you showed component Diagram with Nodes ?
-- I am bit confused how to show the protocols like TCP/IP,JAX-RPC etc... Do we need to show that in component Diagrams, because that is the part of the Deployment Diagram. Did you showed all that stuff ?
-- Also did u had 2 different component diagrams for different type of clients or you showed in one diagram ....
Thanks for your answer in advance ...
Raj
 
Torsten Schippel
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Hi Raj,
I didn't show any JSP. I have only shown an abstract view component. May be that I lost the points here.
I didn't show nodes.
To show the protocols a i added a separate deployment diagram.
My component diagram did only show the web tier and EJB tier completely. I only described where the application client will access the system. So I had only one big component diagram.
Regards
Torsten
 
Raj Raj
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Thanks Torsten ...
You are super, you cleared all my doubt of component diagram ...
But can't stop asking you questions ...
-- In Deployment Diagram have u showed all the components again ... or at only abstract level.
-- Also in sequence diagram have shown the sequence of design pattern .. for eg MVC, business delegate.
-- Also have shown all the JSPs in the sequence diagram ...
Thanxs in advance ...
Raj
 
rethna pillai
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Torsten..,
One more last question, how did you show the domain classes in class diagram as ordinary java class or did you use any streotypes..
Thanks in advance
 
Torsten Schippel
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Raj, I didn't show any components in deployment diagram just physical nodes. I made one sequence diagram showing the web tier MVC. Than I used a generic client for the other diagrams. So I had no JSPs there. I disregarded the JSPs completely.
Rethna, the class diagram was tech independent so didn't use any stereotypes.
Regards
Torsten
 
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