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bill lubx

Joined: May 04, 2002
Posts: 26
Seems not so many guys take part I now (they are all on part II and III), wow, I passed. My project was heavily taking my spare time that I almost have no time for this test.
many thanks to this forum, and there were many great ideas posted here.
One advice that I can give is to spend time with petstore blueprint and read small articles that you could find in this group, I actually did not read any EJB book throughoutly, but I do have “Enterprise JavaBeans” and “Mastering EJB” or some thing like that, I used them as reference books when ever I had questions.
Jone’s notes is great summary for most topics. Over all it was a great learning experience just by read all these articles I could find in this forum and
this mock test was very good:
looking for “Sridhar Rama's Test ”
any idea on how to increase maintainability of system.
by code factoring? Code reusing ? Code sharing ? data reusing ? data sharing ?
anyway, go for spiderman now.

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Ian B Anderson
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Joined: Jun 26, 2001
Posts: 275
Congratulations and great score!
Mark Spritzler

Joined: Feb 05, 2001
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Congrats Bill

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bill lubx

Joined: May 04, 2002
Posts: 26
Thanks guys
The common architecture part is really a tough part for me, I haven�t seen many guys passed with high score on that.

Bruce Yu

Joined: Feb 22, 2002
Posts: 27
I have the same feeling with you. The architecture is difficult to me, plus legacy and protocol part. Do you some useful articles for these part?
bill lubx

Joined: May 04, 2002
Posts: 26
There were many links in this forum, I don�t mind to give it again:
and I copy these from previous post:
Common Architecure
Public Key Criptography
Security (Applet)
Blue Prints Question and Answer
HTTP Tunneling
Load Balancing
Mock Exams and Sample Questions (choose data_js/archExamChris.js) (Pre-Assessment/Sample Test for Test 486, Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML Test and Pre-Assessment/Sample Test for Test 483, Enterprise Connectivity (with J2EE) Test )
Protocol was not so complicated in the test, for legacy connectivity, should have a general idea about screen scraper, off board server� etc.
Sandeep Lodhia
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Joined: Oct 09, 2000
Posts: 105
Congrats Buddy !!!
Can u give split up of queestios tht u had got?
This is some thing I found in 1 of the posting :
Concepts 6
Common Architecture 6
Legacy Connectivity 5
EJB Container 4
Protocol 3
J2EE Applicability 3
Patterns 5
Messaging 3
I18N 2 (Internationalization)
Security 2
Does it differ from urs?
bill lubx

Joined: May 04, 2002
Posts: 26
As English is my second language, I don�t really have enough time to count for that number during the test, and the test ended up before I could check my last two questions, soooorry, but I guess around that number.
I was preparing to fail at the first attempting for this test (I save the funding for try twice), so I was not very hurry in the test, and I knew that there were at least two questions I have checked was wrong, one of them is belongs to common architecture, which is at the end of the test.
Good luck,
The link that I given in my post before:
the commands that I put: �this mock test was very good .. looking for �Sridhar Rama's Test � was referred to the test questions regarding EJB, but I have to declare here:
first, you don�t have to go that deep into EJB method,
second, some answer was obviously wrong, do not be misleaded by the answer
good luck man.

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