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Factory Homes Assignment

srikanth kakumanu
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Any body working or worked on Factory Homes assignment?
John Wenn
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I'm working on it...
srikanth kakumanu
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Joined: Sep 16, 2003
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John Wenn wrote:I'm working on it...


Hi John,

Can you check your Private messages once please?


What are the technologies you are using for this assign? I am thinking to use the JSP, JSF, EJB 3, JPA. What do you say?

There is lot of confusion about the domain model relationships. Isn;t it?
John Wenn
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srikanth kakumanu wrote:
John Wenn wrote:I'm working on it...


Hi John,

Can you check your Private messages once please?


What are the technologies you are using for this assign? I am thinking to use the JSP, JSF, EJB 3, JPA. What do you say?

There is lot of confusion about the domain model relationships. Isn;t it?


Those technologies are okey.. you can use those.. read it carefully and identify what are the potential requirements, "strong visual feedback" to the client.. + scalability is not prioritize. and read this book (specially chapter 9) Prentice Hall Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide
srikanth kakumanu
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Joined: Sep 16, 2003
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John Wenn wrote:
srikanth kakumanu wrote:
John Wenn wrote:I'm working on it...


Hi John,

Can you check your Private messages once please?


What are the technologies you are using for this assign? I am thinking to use the JSP, JSF, EJB 3, JPA. What do you say?

There is lot of confusion about the domain model relationships. Isn;t it?


Those technologies are okey.. you can use those.. read it carefully and identify what are the potential requirements, "strong visual feedback" to the client.. + scalability is not prioritize. and read this book (specially chapter 9) Prentice Hall Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide




Hi John,


As you suggested, i have ordered for this book. Thank you.

Do we need to show JSF backing beans and listeners in our component, class, sequence diagrams?
John Wenn
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No I don't think so, their requirement is not a detailed design.Try to make it simple as you can but remember to focus on solving the business problem.

srikanth kakumanu
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Joined: Sep 16, 2003
Posts: 8
John Wenn wrote:

No I don't think so, their requirement is not a detailed design.Try to make it simple as you can but remember to focus on solving the business problem.



Could you please check your private messages once?
Javier Ruiz
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Joined: Aug 20, 2010
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Hello.

I am a bit confused about the UC Search Component Catalog.

When it says "System respond with the product detail and availability/applicability of the product based on the current house design", what does it means?

A) System respond with the basic component detail (product detail=component detail) and availability/applicability (component has stock and it is included into the valid component combinations for this house design)

B) System respond with the house detail (maybe a 3D tool view including the last selected component) and the availability/applicability of all the components of the house design. In this case product detail = house detail.

What do you think?

Regards.

Luke Murphy
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Javier Ruiz wrote:Hello.

I am a bit confused about the UC Search Component Catalog.

When it says "System respond with the product detail and availability/applicability of the product based on the current house design", what does it means?

A) System respond with the basic component detail (product detail=component detail) and availability/applicability (component has stock and it is included into the valid component combinations for this house design)

B) System respond with the house detail (maybe a 3D tool view including the last selected component) and the availability/applicability of all the components of the house design. In this case product detail = house detail.

What do you think?

Regards.


Hi,
I am doing this assignment as well right now :-)
Luke.
Saurabh Deshpande
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Hi Javier,

As per my understanding it means
A) System respond with the basic component detail (product detail=component detail) and availability/applicability (component has stock and it is included into the valid component combinations for this house design)

Saurabh Deshpande.


Saurabh Deshpande.
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Robert Siqueira
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Joined: Jan 21, 2008
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I'm working in Factory Homes too, and, one point isnt clear for me.

What "applicability" means ? If I try to add a component, what inventory system should validate ?? I really didnt understand this. For me is clear that Inventory System should answer me if that component has stock.

Regards,

Robert
Javier Ruiz
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Joined: Aug 20, 2010
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Hello.

I supose "Applicable" means that the partial design (incluiding the last component added) doesn´t include a non-valid component. It must be validated in the ISM.

Regards.


Javier Ruiz
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Saurabh Deshpande wrote:Hi Javier,

As per my understanding it means
A) System respond with the basic component detail (product detail=component detail) and availability/applicability (component has stock and it is included into the valid component combinations for this house design)

Saurabh Deshpande.


Thanks Saurabh.
Robert Siqueira
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Javier Ruiz wrote:Hello.

I supose "Applicable" means that the partial design (incluiding the last component added) doesn´t include a non-valid component. It must be validated in the ISM.

Regards.




What means a non-valid component ? Could you give me a example ?

Regards,

Robert
chiku awasthi
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Joined: Mar 19, 2008
Posts: 28
Hi,
If components are taken seperately from a component catalogue (let's say) it's not guaranteed that a component will fit into all the house designs .
For instance you can't fit a swiming pool or garage into an appartment house design .

Regards,
Chiku.
Robert Siqueira
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chiku awasthi wrote:Hi,
If components are taken seperately from a component catalogue (let's say) it's not guaranteed that a component will fit into all the house designs .
For instance you can't fit a swiming pool or garage into an appartment house design .

Regards,
Chiku.


Thanks Chiku for your reply. Just one more question. My understood is that the system already have basic houses, I mean, when the customer enters in the system, is presented a basic house ("factory homes has patented a unique modular construction that allows the base house components......") and the customer can change it and in the end his/her can complete it. So, in that case, I could have a house persisted to be possible to show the user.

what do you think ?

Regards,

Robert
chiku awasthi
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Joined: Mar 19, 2008
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yes there could be persisted house design , but could be very basic or abstract , not necessarily complete.

The whole idea of having houses composed of components does not hold good if you have house persisted.
Also concept of design ( abstract/incomplete house ) does not hold if you start persisting houses , it all depends on
your perception of domain model , as not to persist house is not explicitly stated in the assignment you can persist
house design.

Regards,
Chiku
 
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