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Is SCEA all about EJB?

 
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Hi,
EJB is only one component of EJB. But, why is the SCEA focuses so much on EJBs? Which things in EJB is most important for SCEA?
Faisal
 
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faisal,
scea is not only focused on ejb but also uml, design patterns, j2ee etc..
refer sun's site for the objective.
raj.
 
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I thought I heard someone say that EJB makes up a very large chunk of the actual exam??? Is this not true?
It does make sense, though. EJB is the capstone (for lack of a better word) to J2EE.
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What 'bout Servlets? Aren't they considered a part of the architecture ( for the certification? )
 
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Hi all
Though the exam objective includes of a lot of things like Designing pattern ,Uml ,Security ,Protocol etc..
The Focus of testing is little bit more on ejb.
This is so because I hope sun must be conducting survay in industry and they found that ejb is most important aspect of j2ee.
so they are focusing more in the exam about this.
But one person should not skeep others if he has to success in exam.
regards
Bidyut
 
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The link for Architect Exam Objectives: http://suned.sun.com/USA/certification/archobj.html
The exam objectives seem to cover a very broad range of architecural skills and considerations. However, I think it is very reasonable to expect a focus on EJBs as J2EE is for Enterprise Development and at it's core is an Application Server - which hosts EJB's.
 
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EJBs are a very important part of the part 1 test. Just looking at the objectives will give you a clue to this. They are much more detailed than the other sections. From what I recall EJB-related questions were 25-30% of the test.
John
 
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Thank you for you replies, How depth knowledge is required on ejb for the test.
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Originally posted by faisal mahmood:
Thank you for you replies, How depth knowledge is required on ejb for the test.
Faisal


If ur well versed with theoritical knowledge of EJB and little bit exp. of deploying beans and debugging errors are enough to make clear EJB section in SCEA.
 
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