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Well, there are certain things you might need to consider.

1. With F1, students have to pay out-state tuition fee (which is usually higher than in-state fee). With H4, when you choose to study after some time, there are chances that you will get to pay in-state tuition fee (if you could establish residency in a state. You have to refer to rules specific to your state and the university. I know about California, your wife has to be in California -(driving license, bank account etc) one year prior to admission )

2. With F1, your wife can work 20 hr in campus. With H4, unless she get a work permit (i.e. H1B etc), she cannot work. If she finally get an employer/job offer, then changing from H4 to H1 will involve filling Change of status application with USCIS.

3. With F1 she gets one year OPT after completing her Masters and also she qualifies for Master quota in H1B Application process ( there are 20K additional H1B specifically allocated to US Masters, in addition to normal 65K)

4. As said earlier in the post, with F1, you have a coursework requirement. H4 can take just one course.

Needless to say, these are my thoughts based on my limited knowledge, also seek legal advice from Attorney for Immigration related issues.
16 years ago
There is a need for some sections of Certification exam content to upgraded. Truely, it make more sense to read about current/new technologies rather than legacy just for SCE'A' certification. (A->architect)
Ivan:
Can a person work in 2 month grace period?
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as you suggested I contacted them and they said I dont have to worry.
My OPT comes with a grace period of 2 months and It's more than enough to carry me through to Oct 1.
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17 years ago
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Which tool did you use for drawing UML?
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Jude
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How could you convince the evaluator that your architecture will fully satisfy the response time requirement (<=5 secs) before building it? Did you mention any testing data from some similar running system to support it? Because it concerns with software, hardware, as well as network bandwidth.
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No, I did not mention any test data. I based it on assumptions/experiences (which are good to state in the document). You can assume that Travel agents will be using better network bandwidth than web clients (dedicated lines etc.). Few things which I mentioned before ( like Caching /coarse-grained calls by using broader queries and larger result-set retrieval/ separate delegates etc.) can help.
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Did you mention the UML version used in you document and what UML version and tools did you use?
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I did mention the UML version but not the tool(s).

All the best.
I took it on 26 June, 06 and got the result by August first week. You can mail suncert@Thomson.com / SunCert@Prometric.com and ask them about the status.
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Please provide some learnings and word of advice for those who are planning to do SCEA.
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SCEA Part-I: Few topics like Protocols, I18n , Legacy connectivity etc where its is easy to score. Its better not to loose any point there.

Assignments: Document each and every assumption you make. Also, give reasoning as to why you think your design/architecture is going to meet requirements (desired response times etc). Read between the line in the requirements doc (Travel Agents require quick response etc) while choosing your components (SLSB/Entity Beans etc). Use cache where ever you think they can give better performance.
If its one small correction/typo, then may be you can write it as Errata (single line) in part 3 (as last part of your answer to Question no 4).
Finally got my result on SCEA Part II and I passed with 91%

Test: Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part II (310-061)
Date Taken: 2006-07-31 13:00:05.030
Registration Number: *********
Site: nj26
Grade: P
Score: 91
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) .......................... 39 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 41 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 11


Thanks everyone on this forum. I basically had one class diagram (have 25 classes), 3 component diagrams and 5 sequence diagrams (for each use case).
I feel its important to document assumptions and reason why a paricular design will take care of functional and non functional requirements.

All the best to all aspiring SCEA's

Cheers!!!
Sanchit
check salary.com you can make a search based on your profile and state you live. 60K is quiet less (again depends where you live)
17 years ago
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I got poor marks and took 3 extra years to complete my degree due to medical condition.I almost dropped 2 years in between and then came back to finish my degree.I am in perfect health now.
Will it affect my job propects? How should I tackle this issue in my interview/cv?
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There is nothing wrong with telling the truth in case the interviewers ask for it (it is understandable to get poor grades or take few extra yrs when you face medical problems as academic rigor at iit is tough).

Few of my batchmates did took some more time than usual but now they are doing al fine professionally.

All the best !!!
18 years ago
Would it make sense to show FrontController /RequestHandler in sequence diagrams for the Use case.
Already my diagrams are bit cluttered now...
Hi,
I was just wondering if anyone can provide help with some inputs with setting Datasources on SUN One Application Server.

We could figure out the place where SUN One App Server stores Datasource information [${SunInstallDirectory}\AppServer\domains\domain1\config\domain.xml].

We setup the Datasource [either through the web console or xml file] and we try to do a lookup for that datasource [jdbc/JDBCResourceName] as per https://coderanch.com/forums/

We are getting java.util.PropertyPermission * read, write error while tried to obtain a connection using this datasource.

EXCEPTION: Cannot obtain a connection from the Datasourceaccess denied (java.util.PropertyPermission * read,write);
PREVIOUS EXCEPTION: (java.security.AccessControlException: access denied (java.util.PropertyPermission * read,write))))
at com.adobe.asnesd.bo.ASNRequestHandlerBean.getUserInfo(ASNRequestHandlerBean.java:70)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39)
at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Delegat


Cheers,
Sanchit
19 years ago