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) .......................... 44 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 44 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 12
- 1 class diagram (~30 classes) I did not change it, but I did extend it - 1 component diagram - 7 sequences (for each use case, login®ister and some extra's) - 1 deployment diagram
My assumptions document was probably a bit overdone, had over 30 pages in word. I also used word to generate the HTML, its quick and easy (for hyperlinks, markup etc). I was also overwhelmed that the generated HTML was for 99% ok in other browsers too; opera,firefox etc. I spend about 100 hours on this assignment (probably more). It took exactly 4 weeks to grade the assignment (I did the partIII thursday 4weeks ago.)
Thanks javaranch and good luck to all people currently in the run for SCEA !
Quick question(If not violates policy): 1.Did you show application client/swing client in class diagram? 2. Did you mention type of EJB in service classes in Class Diagram(eg: SearchProcessor is SLSB etc like Cade) [ March 16, 2006: Message edited by: Sonal Ray ]
I have two questions 1.In sequence diagram, have you shown the JSP including names OR just mentioned stereotype (UI Or JSP) 2.In your component diagram, how many component you have shown? 3.Can you elaborate more on component diagram and your assignment(without divulge too much detail)
- I had around 30 classes - Since the assignment tells that you must not supply every method in detail, I just typed the methods on the sequence diagrams without adding them to my classes. On several locations I even used plain text instead of real java method calls: "get this" or "do that"
Congrats Koen!!Perfect. I have a question regarding initial search. When the customer enters departure city, date time etc, the results which are displayed must be somewhere stored in 1 or 2 tables in system.Would these be displayed as entities in class diagram ? And isn't it the segment information which is pre stored ? Am I moving in right direction or assuming too much ? Thanks
Koen, One question. How did you tackle booked seat/availability in class diagram.(Ignore if violates policy)
We have to check the availability of flight for a particular segment on a given date and given class seat. That means BOOKED seat information(i.e availability) must be there. Can it be put in a separate entity class with availability information. Any Hint is sufficient. Thank you
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