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patterns in syllabus?

 
Wai Yip Lau
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From the official SCWCD syllabus it's supposed to test the knowledge on 6 patterns including Intercepting Filter, MVC, Front Controller, Service Locator, Bussiness Delegate, and Transfer Object. But in some mock exams I do see some other pattern names that I can't recognize like Value Object, Data Access Object, Bussiness Object, etc. Are they in syllabus?
 
Sergey Tyulkin
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You definitely need to learn Data Access Object. It is used often through the exam. The others (except Intercepting Filter, MVC, Front Controller, Service Locator, Bussiness Delegate, and Transfer Object) are not necessary
 
Aruneesh Salhotra
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This seems to be interesting. Probably it would add to one more question, that I would be able to get right.
The whole patterns thing bogs me down, for my upcoming SCWCD exam.
 
Regis Santos
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Hello,

Transfer Object, Value Object and Data Transfer Object have the same meaning.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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