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PingPing Lu
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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) .......................... 41
Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 44 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 11
 
Ramon Gill
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Well done PingPing. Great score.
Ray
 
Kiran S Govindaiah
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Well Done!

Can you please share your experiences.

Regards,
Kiran
 
Dushy Inguva
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Congrats. Nice score

Dushy
 
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Congratulations.

Please share your experience. A description of your general approach will be useful without going into too much details.

Many thanks.
 
PingPing Lu
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one class diagram without method and property, component diagram show controller component like controller and Stateless Bean and Statfull bean to controller the entity bean. sequence diagram show the messages to pass aroud the class objects. web front can be very simple, swing interface just one javaSW client, used J2EE design Pattern a lot.
 
Sanz Vai
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Congratulations PinPing!

In Sequence Diagram, for each diagram, the Action class is called From Controller several times. For eg. during initial submit, 2nd time - when user submit data again selecting the best flight etc.

Question, do you show "create" message to Action class multiple time or just the first time? Same thing for Service Locator locating EJB. Do you show that ServiceLocator locates EJB for each call or just the first time?
 
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Congratulations PingPing!

That's a great score on the component diagram! Did you use just one diagram or did you break it into several? Any insights on your approach?
- Renee
 
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Congratulations, PinPing!
 
Leon Chen
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Congratulations, PinPing!
 
PingPing Lu
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1. one compoment
 
Jeff Chu
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Dear PingPing
Congratulations.
Could you please advise how the travel agents to booking airfare (via Browser or applicaton)? It seemly only says the customer using the web and the travel agent using an application for the FFMS;
Thanks

Jeff
 
PingPing Lu
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Yes, travel agent use Java swing and customer use web browser, when you design your business logic in EJB tier, different client will share business logic, just add business delegate Patten.
 
Jeff Chu
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Dose it mean the travel agent use Java swing application to "booking airfare" and FFMS? Is that the travel agent can only use application for all the 7 use cases, so travel agent can not use WEB anyway?

TKS
Jeff
 
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From the management's interview it seems that Travel Agents will use Java (Swing) Application. I am wondering how would we disply html returned by Frequent Flyer system in Java Client. Since we don't want to rewrite the system again, we will use same perl system.

Any thoughts?
 
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