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As the tool I have used in the past, I no longer have access to that tool, and the current UML Standard is 2.0, gives me a reason to re-tool myself for Phase 2 of the SCEAtest.
Question #1: What tool is the general certification community using to document/create the necessary UML Diagrams for the SCEA Part 2 of the test?
Question #2: The Netbeans tool I have become a fond fan of, but the tool does not produce UML 2.0 Standard models, but very very close. For instance the class diagrams use [public,private,protected, package] in Netbeans, instead of the UML 2.0 standard of [+,-,~,#].
Does this have any impact on the score, or in the term "Must be UML Compliant?"
Any insight on this topic would be appreciated. Thank you.
Tony McClay Tampa, FL
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I think an architecture evaluator board doesn't strict too much about UML.
I used MagicDraw to create diagrams. Anyways, current version of UML is 2.1.2.
SCJA 1.0, SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.4, SCBCD 1.3, SCJP 5.0, SCEA 5, SCBCD 5; OCUP - Fundamental, Intermediate and Advanced; IBM Certified Solution Designer - OOAD, vUML 2; SpringSource Certified Spring Professional
Joined: May 22, 2003
Thank you very much. I will consider downloading Magic Draw. I saw another person use StarUML which I downloaded today to get familiar with. I will do a quick self evaluation of the tools to see which one I prefer.
or I may just use Netbeans UML, which is what I prefer.
Question: I do wonder, has anyone passed the SCEA Part 2 test, using Netbeans UML as the UML Modeling tool?