Marcelo Ortego wrote:Sounds right to me Rajan.
Youssef Ben Kaddour El Wazzani wrote:Hello,
I'm sorry to bring this subject again, but i need confirmation.
I plan to pass the part 3 of the SCEA exam in the next wednesday 25 May in a prometric center, and submit the assignment jar the same day to architect-submit_US@oracle.com.
I intend to schedule an appointment and indeed i see that the 23,24,25,26,27 (and 30-31 i'm not sure) are still available while you can't choose nothing after.
So i was hoping if you can confirm that is OK ?
(PS : I will take Monday and Thursday off to force myself to complete )
Krzysztof Grajek wrote:
Krzysztof Koziol wrote:I have put everything - JSPs, Managed Beans and Controllers in my class diagram and Sequence Diagram. Though it made the diagram bigger but i don't want to take any chances. Moreover it's for my own good also as i was having some gaps while my preparation-so this way it was easy for me to recall.
Did you have more than one controller when using JSF?
Sorry but it's not clear for me since JSF itself isn't action/controller-based framework and doesn't require to implement extra controllers.
Well, it's not clear for me either, normally I wouldn't include any framework specific stuff on the class diagram (like jsp's, beans and controller) but I have found many posts where people actually do and they pass . I guess both approaches are ok, but I think that when talking about JSF we just have to include it in component diagram for sure. I guess if you put it in your class diagram then you would have to add it in your sequence diagrams too, I haven't started my sequence diagrams yet so I haven't made final decision about the JSF on the class diagram either .
Anyone passed/not passed and have an opinion?