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Cleared SCEA Part I

 
Anonymous
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Hi! everyone ,
I have cleared my part1 with 77%.
Section Analysis:
Concepts 83%
Common Architectures 50%
Legacy Connectivity 40%
EJB 88%
EJB Container Model 100%
Protocols 66%
Applicability Of J2EE 100%
Design Patterns 80%
Messaging 100%
I18n 100%
Security 50%
Do EJB very well atleast Concepts and Lifecycle.
J2EE blue prints and EJB by Oreilly are best books.
John's notes were of great help for LMR.
Also I am thankful all the posts from this forum.

 
Deepak Shah
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Congrats !!!
 
Angela Poynton
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Congratulations!
 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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VAIBHAV Congrats and Welcome to the Club
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SCJP2, SCJD2 & SCJEA (Part I)
 
Iyengar Srividya76
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Hi vaibhav....
Congrats !!!
Vidya
 
Adithya Rayaprolu
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Congratulations!!
 
Vaibhav B
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Thanks All Of You..
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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great news. all the best for the rest of the parts. can you elaborate upon your experince in the exam ?
[This message has been edited by shailesh sonavadekar (edited October 27, 2001).]
 
Vaibhav B
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Hi all
Exam is not that easy as programmer certification.
I have stressed on two books i.e J2EE blue prints
and EJB by oreilly.
For Messaging and i18n refer to tutorials from sun site.
Security is described better in Java2Security.PDF
Jawaroski notes were also helpful in understanding
firewalls and digital certificates.
Do EJB very well.
Thanks
 
ruilin yang
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VAIBHAV,
Congradulations to your pass.
Could you describe more on
J2EE applicability and
Concepts ? What sort of problems for these topics ?
Thanks
Ruilin
 
Vaibhav B
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Hi
As far J2EE appicability is concerned one should for
given problem statement which of the J2EE components
are best, for this knowledge of concept of each component
and when to use what should be known.

I hope i have anwered u.
Regards
Vaibhav B
 
Debajyoti Pathak
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Originally posted by Vaibhav B:
Hi all
Exam is not that easy as programmer certification.
I have stressed on two books i.e J2EE blue prints
and EJB by oreilly.
For Messaging and i18n refer to tutorials from sun site.
Security is described better in Java2Security.PDF
Jawaroski notes were also helpful in understanding
firewalls and digital certificates.
Do EJB very well.
Thanks

Vaibhav,
Are you still around ? Can you please provide the links to the following tutorials that you have mentioned.
Messaging
I18N
Security
Thanks,
Debajyoti

[This message has been edited by Debajyoti Pathak (edited November 30, 2001).]
 
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