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Questions Servlets, JSF, or JSTL in exam?

satya bob
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In part 1 of Enterprise archtect exam will there be specific questions which require programming knowlede of any of the following?

The JavaServer Pages 2.1 specification—JSR 245
■The Servlet 2.5 specification—JSR 154
■The JSF 1.2 specification—JSR 252
■The JSTL 1.2 specification—JSR 52
■The Java EE 5 specification—JSR 244
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Welcome to CodeRanch!

The exam does not require any programming knowledge. Only conceptual/design/architecture level.


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satya bob
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Welcome to CodeRanch!

The exam does not require any programming knowledge. Only conceptual/design/architecture level.


Thanks for replying Jeanne.

Is it also true for part 2 ?

Since my experience is with Spring frameworks , I was thinking to get some detailed knowledge of EJB for example to architect a solution during part 2 of the exam?

Is that not required , can I base my solution for part 2 based on Spring framework?
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Part 2 does not require programming level knowledge either. All three parts require architecture/design level knowledge though.

I would not advise basing a solution on Spring on the exam.
 
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