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SCJA exam next week

 
ashraf jae
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i'm going to take SCJA next week
but i'm afraid of Server Technologies objectives. i can't understand it very well . I tried many times.
anybody here could tell me a way to understand these??
or explain them in brief??
i really need help, exam on my wayyyy
 
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What material have you been referencing to learn about the Server-Side Technologies?

FYI: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScjaFaq

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i've tried yours ( SCJA Sun Certified Java Associate Study Guide (Exam CX-310-019) By Alfred Smith, Robert Liguori, Edward G. Finegan )
but server-side technologies i find them confusing for me , a lot of technologies JMS, JDBC, ASP, ..... and Services (UDDI, ......) and i couldn't differentiat between them all very well, i mean the specs are too much for me to understand.
by the way i studied the brevious book very well and i always got high scores in whizlabs prparation kit, except server-side Tech.
are whizlabs and this book enough to go through the exam??
thank you for the link i'll try it now.
 
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ashraf jae wrote:i've tried yours ( SCJA Sun Certified Java Associate Study Guide (Exam CX-310-019) By Alfred Smith, Robert Liguori, Edward G. Finegan )
but server-side technologies i find them confusing for me , a lot of technologies JMS, JDBC, ASP, ..... and Services (UDDI, ......) and i couldn't differentiat between them all very well, i mean the specs are too much for me to understand.
by the way i studied the brevious book very well and i always got high scores in whizlabs prparation kit, except server-side Tech.
are whizlabs and this book enough to go through the exam??
thank you for the link i'll try it now.


Pick up both of Cameron McKenzie books and that should fill in the gaps for you.

You can also run some of the sample apps in NetBeans or Eclipse to get a better understanding of technologies such as Servlets and JavaServer Pages. But you really don't need that depth of knowledge for the exam.

Again, when you do take the exam, the technology questions will be quite remedial... for example, (Which of the following technologies support web services?).

The J2EE 1.4 tutorial should also help: http://java.sun.com/j2ee/1.4/docs/tutorial/doc/. Do note that Java EE 6 has recently been released.

Good luck!

 
ashraf jae
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a great support from the great Robert.
thank you
 
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