Can you share study material resource? Which books or websites have you reffered and what was the study pattern you have followed?
Please give me some tips.
Joined: Sep 01, 2009
These are the study tutorials I used.
1. Applicability of J2EE - Designing Enterprise Applications with J2EE platform. Chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6,8
2. GOF Design patterns (Applicability,pros and cons); MZ Notes(especially J2EE patterns,Common Architectures,Security, JNLP,Applet security,DMZ)
2. ejb core, ejb persistence,JAX-WS, JAXB specification; Web resources on xml/http and soap/http.
3. EJB in Action (especially JPA,Message Driven Beans,Persitence model)
4. Sun J2EE Tutorial (concepts)
5. JSF (Complete Reference; Chapters 1-8)
6. SOA Using java WebServices by Mark and D.Hansen; Chapters 2,3,4,5,6
7. Whizlab Simulator (Good for practice; But actual exam is tougher than everything)
* First read and understand the basics of all the chapters and prepare short notes, bullet points based on the objectives.
Best practices of applying Security(Web tier,business tier, JMS,JCA,Applet,WebStart,Web service, security propagation between tiers).
* Understanding of Webservices,NFR,j2ee framework and integration strategies would be helpful;
* In exam,first understand the business problem on one read; Capture the constraints,issues,NFR in second read and answer the question quickly (max 2 mins).
Congrats first of all. I just wanted to clarufy one this which you have written :-
" It’s a test of Architectural basic skills + J2ee framework api. ". Are we suppose to know API's too for this exam. I was under impression that this is architectural knowledge and designing only ? If yes which all specific API we are talking here ?
Any information on this will be helpful.
Joined: Sep 01, 2009
I was in the impression of writing "j2ee framework api" meant for design skills with related API knowledge. Apologize if it interpreted wrongly.
J2ee design skills also tested on API(method signature,annotations)
Which method is called by container when a message arrived for mdb to service?
This is just a simple example to give you why API is required(Never appear in exam as simple. )