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Passed Part2/3 with 94%

 
Peter Lee
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Thanks for this forum and thanks for all who answered my questions before.
 
Philippe Maquet
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Congratulations, Peter!

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[ August 29, 2004: Message edited by: Philippe Maquet ]
 
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Congrats Peter!

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James Wang
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Congratulations, Peter!
 
Ramon Gill
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Well done Peter. Fabulous score. Can you give us a few tips about your diagrams?

Ray
 
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Congratulations !

Pls. Pass the tips for Part I & Part II.


Thanks & Regards,
Sanjeev.
 
Peter Lee
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Originally posted by Ramon Gill:
Well done Peter. Fabulous score. Can you give us a few tips about your diagrams?

Ray



HI Ray,

My design approach mainly follow petstore design and my diagram style looks like cade book.

For class diagram (42%):
Based on the BDM on the assignment, I have 21 classes. Actually I wonder why this part worth 44 marks (I got 42) because the efforts seem not much. I have added some operations and attributes to the classes, but it is completed.

For sequence diagram (10%):
I have 4 sequence diagrams, one for each use cases.

For component diagram (42%):
I think use more design pattern can get higher marks. The book "Core J2EE Pattern" is a very good book. One of the architectural diagram in the petstore design document is useful. http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_enterprise_applications_2e/images/app-archa4.gif

Hopes this help.

Peter
 
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Hi Lee,

How did you handle change Itinerary?
Made some assumptions?
 
Dhiren Joshi
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Congratulations Peter.

CAn you give some important tips on Part-2.
Especially on component diagram.. Did u have subsystems in component diagram.
I am kinda of stuck at the component diagram for a while now . Not knowing how to proceed.
I have tried different UML methodology for component diagram .
Defining components in per tier ( web tier EBJ tier EIS tier etc) and also keeping them separate. I get stuck at the point of linking the dependency among them and what defines a component as a component. Sometimes I feel I have created a component which may not be a component. Which methodology did u follow.
Can you give me some pointers to get started on it correctly.

For sequence diagram did u show interactions only at the business level or also at the J2EE level.

Thanks
Dhiren
 
Peter Lee
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Originally posted by Dhiren Joshi:
Congratulations Peter.

CAn you give some important tips on Part-2.
Especially on component diagram.. Did u have subsystems in component diagram.
I am kinda of stuck at the component diagram for a while now . Not knowing how to proceed.
I have tried different UML methodology for component diagram .
Defining components in per tier ( web tier EBJ tier EIS tier etc) and also keeping them separate. I get stuck at the point of linking the dependency among them and what defines a component as a component. Sometimes I feel I have created a component which may not be a component. Which methodology did u follow.
Can you give me some pointers to get started on it correctly.

For sequence diagram did u show interactions only at the business level or also at the J2EE level.

Thanks
Dhiren


HI Dhiren,

I don't have subsystem in my component diagram. The link of the diagram I posted in my previous really useful to my design.

For the class and sequence diagrams, I only reference to business entities, nothing related to J2EE technology. The sequence diagrams is to show the interaction between objects used in class diagrams. So make sure your sequence diagrams contains most of your objects used in class diagram.

Hope this helps.

Peter
 
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Hi Peter,
You've stated your class and sequence diagrams did not mention J2EE technology. Did you include any J2EE terms in any notes? (i.e. did you state whether you chose BMP or CMP?)

Thanks,
Ray
 
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Originally posted by Peter Lee:

For the class and sequence diagrams, I only reference to business entities, nothing related to J2EE technology.



Does it mean no Manager classes or Stateless Session Beans in your 21 Classes (in Class Diagram).
Did you change BDOM interms of Association, Navigability and Multiplicity.
 
Peter Lee
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Originally posted by Ramon Gill:
Hi Peter,
You've stated your class and sequence diagrams did not mention J2EE technology. Did you include any J2EE terms in any notes? (i.e. did you state whether you chose BMP or CMP?)

Thanks,
Ray


HI Ray,

No mention in sequence and class diagram, they are technology independent. Technology stuffs were mentioned in component diagram.
 
Peter Lee
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Originally posted by Anil Vupputuri:



Does it mean no Manager classes or Stateless Session Beans in your 21 Classes (in Class Diagram).
Did you change BDOM interms of Association, Navigability and Multiplicity.


Yes.. no stateless session bean. If your "Manager" class refer to some design pattern, then no too. I didn't change the BDOM, just added more classes to interact with them.
 
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Peter,
Thanks for you replies for the sequence diagram
Could u give me some pointers on the component diagram.
Mainly what identifes a component as component what isnt a component
Thanks
Dhiren
 
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