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Cleared SCEA - Essay on 06-NOV

 
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Hi All,

Finally it is my turn now. I can see my results in both Oracle certview and Pearson website. Following are my exam timeline.

Part 1: 22-OCT
Part 2: 05-NOV (Gusher Oil)
Part 3: 06-NOV

Found the results today (20-DEC).

Thanks you all for the support and the information. This forum was greatly helpful at every stage of SCEA.

Regards,
Sadanand
 
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Congratulations Sadanand !!
 
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Hi Sadanand,

Congratulations! I am also working on the Gusher Oil project.

I have some questions:
- In the class diagram do you put in the classes for the EJB and Web tier along with the DOM diagram?
- Do you need to specify the methods in the EJB as well if they are already specified in the DOM?

Thanks for your help!

 
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Congratulations Sadanand!!!

 
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Congratulations Sadanand

I am also working on the Gusher Oil Project.
Please share valuable thoughts.
 
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Sadanand, I have a question related to UML specifications.

I am using IBM Rational Software and IBM Rational Software Architect tools none of them were UML 2.4 compliant, assignment is specific about the UML 2.0+
 
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Hi Chenna,

I am not about IBM software. I have use StarUML for all of the deliverable diagrams(class, component, sequence & deployment). As per my knowledge most of ranchers used the same.

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Sadanand
 
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Congrats and keep up the good work
 
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Sadanand,
I was hard time understanding in uml specifications like Interfaces exposed with lollipops. The tools which I am using (Star UML, Rational Modeler and IBM Rational Architect) doesn’t have a feature of lillipops.
Do they really concern about that. Please find below url and share your thoughts.

http://www.agilemodeling.com/artifacts/componentDiagram.htm

 
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