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SCEA Part II Assignment

J Suk

Joined: Apr 01, 2010
Posts: 19

Dear Members,
I have already completed Part-I and in a hurry to complete the remaining parts(before August-1).

when going through the forum topics I could see that the assignment would contain some documentation section to explain the NFR, assumptions, Risks and mitigation and other topics.
Can anybody brief about in what format this has to be submitted I suppose it should be in word format. If it is the case then is there any specific sections that this document should contain or is there any standard structure that can be used for documentation of the proposed architecture.

Thanks a lot in advance for your valuable inputs.


Jeanne Boyarsky
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It needs to be in HTML. The part 2 question explains in detail what is needed. Did you buy part 2 yet? If not, buy it as soon as possible and read it.

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J Suk

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Thanks a lot jeanne. I will buy Part-II asap.
Yegor Bugayenko
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Keep in mind that you will need some UML drawing tool. Part II requires you to provide UML diagrams in addition to your text in HTML.

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Sharma Ashutosh

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I used SeaMonkey as HTML tool in which you can link to images. It's a nice tool. Make sure that your UML tool can export the PNG/JPEG as you might want to reduce the size of it other wise final deliverable can bloat.

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