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Passed SCEA part 2 and 3 with 95 % ����

 
Jose Jim�nez
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Yahouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu after that 3 week waiting I passed with 95 % :

Score: 95
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) .......................... 39
Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 44 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 12

thank you very much to all �����
 
jason white
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Awesome score! And also, you got 100% on the component diagram, that is rare!

Stick around and give others some hints on that component diagram if you can...

Can you give a brief overview of how you structured the component diagram?

-jason
 
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That is extreme score. Congrats buddy.
 
Jose Jim�nez
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My component diagrams have about 25 components.
It hasn't any interface neither classes.
In the same diagrams are the web a swing clients.
It has any notes about any component to clear his use.
 
Santosh Pasupuleti
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Congratulations Jose. It's an awesome score.
 
Sourav Gupta
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Congratulations Jose. Great score!!
 
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Congratulations Jose!!
Laxmi
 
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Congrats !!!
 
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Nice score. Congratulations!!
 
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Jose,

Awesome score! The wait is worth it...!
 
kirupakaran seshachalam
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Jose, congrats. good marks...

Can you pls give us more insight on Swing component diagram. Did you happen to give single component as swing application and connected it to business layer or did you happen to drill down on the individual swing components.

-Kirupakaran.S
 
Jose Jim�nez
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Thanks kirupakaran ...

I show individual swing components and individual web components in the same (only one) component diagram.

Do it easy. When you show it to a colleague and he understand it quickly ... then you diagrams will be understand by the examiners.
 
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congradulations! for your sequence diagram, do u draw for each use case, including "create profile".., or just four use cases?
 
vijay Mamilla
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Congratulations Jose.

How did you define controller that works for both swing as well as web browser?
 
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Jose,

Awesome score...Congrats...
Can you tell us.. how long it took to finish....
 
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Congrats Jose, great job!



Regards,
 
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Jose,

Can you tel us if you have written assumptions and how are organized:
every diagram has its assumptions or all the assumptions are written in the begining(in a HTML page).

thanks
 
Jose Jim�nez
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Emma Yu
congradulations! for your sequence diagram, do u draw for each use case, including "create profile".., or just four use cases? Emma Yu


Emma, I haven't included "create profile", but I have include loggin sequence diagram. I think that it is very important.

I used one diagrams for each use case except for prepareItinerary (2 was used)
 
Jose Jim�nez
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Salah LAARIDH ,

My assumptions are written in the begining of the html document. The organization principal was:

-Assumptions
-Architecture
-Diagrams
 
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Congrats Jos� !

Is it possible to tell us if you used stereotypes in your class diagram, and if so,which kind of stereotypes ? Did you invent particular types, or did you use standard ones like; boundary, entity and control...
 
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Thank you, Jose, because you get full mark on the sequence diagram, can you share your way of how to draw the <<include>> use case in sequence diagram? for example, use case 1 includes use case 2, then the corresponding sequence digram(SD)1 needs to use correponding SD2, how do you model SD2 in SD1? as an actor or an object?, and also in SD2, how do u model SD1, as an actor?
 
Jose Jim�nez
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Koen Serneels ,
In my class diagram haven't used any steriotype. I used simple class only to represent the principal value objects.
 
Jose Jim�nez
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Emma Yu
, When one use case include other I put a note simply . Example:

if use case 1 include use case 2 ...... You can put a note " Is executed UseCase 2"
 
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According to the guide of the SCEA,it needs us to support the web appliction and swing application.Now I want to ask in my component diagrame ,I only provide the web application components ,sush as jsp forms,but lack of the swing component .Needs I add the swing component and and add the swing solution in sequence diagrame?
Actually I want to provide the only web solution because the swing solution is same to the web except the client side.So I want to add the solution in assumption.It can reduce my count of components ,and let the sequence diagrame be concise.
Is that availiable?
 
Jose Jim�nez
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peng chen ,

You can show the common components (for web and swing) only , and put a comment in your assumptions. You understand me ?
 
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yes ,I see ,thank you
 
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Hi

I have one doubt regarding component diagram. Do we need to show Data transfer objects/Value objects in component diagram?
If so, What is the general notation to be used for them. I feel these are classes and to be shown with the class notation if it is required to show in component diagram. But i am not sure whether i can show classes in component diagram or only need to show high level components.
Pls clarify.

Thanks in advance
Regards
Siva
 
Jose Jim�nez
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sivajothi ,

Not is necessary to show value objects in component diagrams. (Take your decision )
 
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Jose,
Congrates on such a good score !
I have a question on business model if you can answer.

I have associated credit card to Customer. Address (ContactInfo) is associated to MileageAccount. Just wanted to see I'm heading in right direction.

Also I have associated credit card (or BillingInfo) to Itinary.

Thanks,
 
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I am bit confused with the specifications of Frequent Flyer Mileage System(FFMS).

What are the funcationalities provided by FFMS ?
Does it have create profile and login functionalities ?
It doesn't say that it stores credit card information in FFMS. So when we create a profile do we have to save that info in FBN database ? (and may be more info we need to save it in FBN )

If this is true then new system should implement html interface for login/create profile, which is a kind of rewrite.

Thanks,
Arvind.
 
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Congrats Jose..
I cleared part I this month
But i am thinking before going for part II, first clear IBM 486 UML exam..
what do u say?

anand
 
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Originally posted by Jose Jim�nez:
My component diagrams have about 25 components.
It hasn't any interface neither classes.
In the same diagrams are the web a swing clients.
It has any notes about any component to clear his use.


Hi Jose,

Congrats. It is an awesome score.

I have a question with regard to the Component diagram as to how detail they should be when the assignment is submitted.

1) I beleive entity beans should not be modeled as seperate components. As the reason being, It is not very commom to expose Entity Bean as a remote object but rather to mark them as local interafces encapsulated in a session bean. Do you agree with this?

2) Assume that there is a Order Component and it would be realized with OrderSessionFacade and 2 entity beans ( Order and LineItem) and also uses the Product Entity bean for creating the Line Item.
In this scenario, What is the best approach to Model this component? i.e
a) Draw the Order Component with internal details of flow of communication between the various classes( OrderSessionFacade , Order, LineItem, Product) .
b) Draw the Order Component without any internal details as to how the component is realized.


regards
Karim
 
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Congrats Jose.Awesome score.!!!
Hang around for some time to help us out.
Jose I have designed a small basic framwework very similar to pet store which I am including in my diagrams. Because of this I am showing the request from JSP to request handlers. Also my flow is little changed at some places for Swing component as I have assumed that the user when accessing the application through swing client would always be logged in.
Am I going in right direction or assuming too much. ?
Also did you had an overall architecture or depoloyment diagram ?
 
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Jose,

Did you use stateful session Facade?(stateful session bean)

Thanks,
Vijay
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