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What technologies or tools or frameworks or APIs are must for SCEA?

 
ankur rathi
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What technologies/tools/frameworks/APIs/products a person should know for SCEA???

Say for example: J2SE, J2EE, Rational Rose, and Struts etc.

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What technologies/tools/frameworks/APIs/products a person should know for SCEA???

Say for example: J2SE, J2EE, Rational Rose, and Struts etc.


Well, SCEA is about designing an architecture for Java Enterprise Edition applications, so any technology bound to J2EE is required, for example: EJB, protocols etc. But there are other technologies which are required, like: UML, Legacy Connectivity, Design patterns etc.

You can see all the details in http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-051.xml.

About the tools, you are not required to produce Java code. Just UML diagrams. Any UML designing tool may be used. I have used StarUML, which is free.

In part II you will be required to create an architecture using both Java applications and Web applications (JSP, Servlets etc).

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Technologies are Sun's, so you need to know J2EE - the whole shebang (incl JSP, Servlets, EJB 1.1/2.x etc etc). No Struts, no Spring, no Hibernate, basically, no OpenSource frameworks are required or expected or useful. It is Sun's certification, so use Sun's technologies as much as you can in the assignment. Keep in mind this is not a programming exam, so the expected knowledge is not quite as technical as in the other exams.

Tools - how you want to draw your UML diagrams for the assignment is up to you, you could use Rational Rose if you wanted, or any other tool. Even pen and paper and a scanner, if you want (goes well with EJB 1.1)
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Originally posted by �dne Brunborg:
[QB]Technologies are Sun's, so you need to know J2EE - the whole shebang (incl JSP, Servlets, EJB 1.1/2.x etc etc). No Struts, no Spring, no Hibernate, basically, no OpenSource frameworks are required or expected or useful. It is Sun's certification, so use Sun's technologies as much as you can in the assignment. Keep in mind this is not a programming exam, so the expected knowledge is not quite as technical as in the other exams.

Tools - how you want to draw your UML diagrams for the assignment is up to you, you could use Rational Rose if you wanted, or any other tool. Even pen and paper and a scanner, if you want (goes well with EJB 1.1)
 
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