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Finally completed and uploaded the Part 2 Assignment. Any tips on what to study, if anything, for the Part 3 exam.
How important do you guys think addressing concurrency issues is in the marking of the SCEA Assignment? By concurrency issues I mean multiple customers attempting to book the same seat or to book the last seats on a flight at the same time.
Do you guys think Sequence Diagrams are required for the Use Cases mentioned in the Alternative Flows - Log In and Create Profile?

And I guess Awards Travel is also an Alternative Flow but I am already inclined to provide a Sequence Diagram for that since it seems so tightly linked with Pay for Itinerary.
Any recommendations on the best approach to converting Rational Rose diagrams to GIF or JPG format for inclusion in the HTML submission? I started doing this yesterday and I lose a lot of resolution in the process. What I did was copy the diagrams to PowerPoint and then saved as GIF or JPG. The resulting image is pretty grainy and it is difficult to read the text. I tried using Courier font in the Rose diagrams and that improved the situation slightly but it is still pretty bad. Any ideas especially from someone who did their SCEA UML diagrams in Rose?
The SCEA Part II assignment asks for a design that supports both web and application clients. I think I know what they are getting at in terms of server side components. But I wonder what amount of detail do you guys think is required for the Swing UI design (class diagrams and so forth)? Just about all my experience is on the server side and my Java client knowledge is very thin. I am wondering if some superficial treatment of the Swing UI will be sufficient or whether I need to really read up on Swing.