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Recent posts by Malleka Ramachandran

The Sun's web site has several levels of documentation, starting from simple tutorial.
There is an on line book by Ed Roman, it is also available as hard copy.
The serverside.com is a good place to look for design patterns and other design related aspects of using EJB.
Malleka
Congratulations on your achievement.
I have just one question which I have posted in several forums but did not get a staright answer yet.
Since you mentioned that you took the time to understand the test objectives, I thought may be I'll ask you this.
In the objectives on Architecture, there is a section called Model View Persistence. I would like to know what is the meaning and scope of this objective.
I have read about the Model view Controller and I understand the separation of concerns as it applies to architecture.
I would like to know what reference material, if any, you used for this part.
Thanks,
Malleka
I am also learning OO and UML and would like to participate in both hospital service and the video rental problems.
I have read the hopsital registration requirements. From what the book says, I think we should be able to draw system sequence diagrams and identify domain classes. I found it a bit difficult to identify actions/events to go in a SSD. I think the conceptual and design classes can be worked out from what you have described.
Please let me know if you got further input on this.
Thanks,
Malleka
I guess the question is which OO Programming language we are talking about. I do not do "ANY" Object oriented programming and have not, in the last 10 years of my career. That is one reason I am beginning to learn about it. I have read a lot about the CRC cards being used in the real world in Smalltalk shops.
The exam objectives mention the design patters as:
"Given a pattern, be able to use it in a given situation..."
I am not sure about the exact words.
The ICE (and the long post) has one question about the Observer pattern, I cannot recall it now.
I am also interested in finding out the scope of this objective, for the exam. Since I am not really working on OO programming, I think it would be difficult to learn about all the patterns without the practical knowledge on application.
I would appreciate if someone could provide some guidelines on this, especially someone who has already taken the exam
Like I said before, I am new to OOAD and I have been looking at the certification exam obiectives at IBM's web site.
Under Section 3 Architecture, there is an objective that states:

"Develop view-model-persistence layered architectures and understand how the layers should interact. "
I am looking for information about this. I have read Craig Larman's book and found references to designing persistence in layered architectures. But I did not see the term used as in the objective.
Thanks,
Malleka

Thanks for the info. on Model View Presenter. I think it is more like the MVC. I am interested in finding out about the "persistence" part in Model view Persistence. I would think of it as a 3 tier architecture design with the Persistence layer being independent of the underlying database server. But I would like to know if there is some forma description of such a pattern/framework.
Thanks,
Malleka
Hi,
I am pretty new to the OO world and have been educating myself by reading various books and journals. I picked up some Java programming on my own and got my programmer certification. I am planning to take the next level (Developer) in JCert.
My question is about the Model View Persistence pattern.
I am not sure if I should call this a pattern or a framework. I read some article that mentions a subtle difference between the MVC and the MVP in the sense that MVP is an architectural pattern. I have posted this question in a number of other forums as well.
I am trying to get a reference (a book or journal or online tutorial) where this concept is explained. Since this is mentioned as one of the objectives in the 486 exam, I would like to understand this.
Also, I found the wealth of information about the 486 exams here including the answers very useful to start with my preparation.
Thanks,
Malleka