Originally posted by Shahid Afridi:
Bit strange marking since I was quite sure about my component diagram and expected almost 44 points there. On the other hand, I did not expect more than 7-8 points for my sequence diagram (4 very very simple diagrams). Score for my class diagram (11 technology independent classes) is almost what I expected.
[ July 28, 2005: Message edited by: Shahid Afridi ]
I see that the class diagram you provide is not that big . taking the original BDM , extending customer, and adding some "Processors" and that s all ? More or less i get to 10 to 15 classes too.
Originally posted by tery valencia:
I see that the class diagram you provide is not that big . taking the original BDM , extending customer, and adding some "Processors" and that s all ?
where did u see the results. certmanager or i7
I have not yet got the results??
Originally posted by David Follow:
What do you mean with "Processors? Can you please explain?
You've got full score for the sequence diagram. In your sequence diagram, did you show how TO was created and then how it was persisted. Did you show both TO for an entity bean and the entity bean itself in the component diagram? I have completed my class diagram and component digram, sequence diagrams, althought worth only 12 points, consume most of my time. Could you give me an suggestion how detail a sequence diagram should be?
Congratulations Shahid. good job.
Please take some time to help us out. Are you persisting unpaid itinerary? and do you have a shopping cart like class. Also did you include the Travel Agent and its relationships in your class diagram? Also your name sounds familiar if you follow cricket games..
Also your name sounds familiar if you follow cricket games..
I am also planning to submit my project sometime this month end. Could you please guide me about ur approach for Component. How much detail u have shown in ur component Diagram ? Did u have shown all the EJB's. Same for the JSP Pages like in Cades book he has shown 3-4 JSP interacting with the Search Processor, But guide us with ur approach for this and some do's and don't
Did you use something like Web tier/swing ->Business Delegate-> Session Facade pattern, OR Did you use the command pattern (like mentioned in petstore)?.
What about security (authentication/authorization), did u mention anything about this in the diagrams, or just defined in the documentation only
1. How would SSL affect the design ?
2. Itinerary,segment and Flight , if you display them in class diagrams , does this mean they would be persistent enitities ? I could not find any logic of storing segemnt because if I store flight1,flight2 against an itinerary, it would imply that this itinerary has 2 segments
But then if you don't persist, should it appear as entity ?
3. How would you display components? I am not very sure about it! Would you first display packages and then drill inside to show classes in them ? Or you just display all the classes jsp in one page but that would clutter the things.
I need knows how a seat is booked in real world. I need know if is necessary save data's passanger by each seat, or if passanger only is associate with de resume of itinerary???
Also did you use any ejb controller classes like Cade's example? and how did you manage your session information .Is it using any stateful beans? I'm thinking in terms of having a common stateful session bean as a common controller class.
Shahid, which city are you from Pakistan? I am from Karachi.
Can any one suggest what is all about part III. I have uploaded my assigment yesterday. I am gonna take the Part 111 next week.
Originally posted by leevisa asinveel:
I did by myself.Thats why i stopped reading additional stuff. the fear is i got only 80% in the PART I, though i expected differently. Will Part III repeats the same kind of questioning?