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Passed Part I today with 87%

 
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Passed Part I today with 87%.
The test was easier than I thought.
Thanks for all the help from this group.
 
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Congrats! Please let us know ur experience (study tips, references, time frame etc) in detail.
 
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I took about 5 weeks to prepare.
Links in the yahoo group are enough for most of the topics.
For EJB I just used the EJB1.1 specs. I brushed up Ed Roman's.
For UML I used an old book I had with me. UML questions are very basic.
I found the test to be easier than expected.
There were quite a few questions related to clustering and DNS round robin, just basics.
 
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Congrats for your success.

please give me reference for Clustering , DNS etc
 
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Congratulations and great score!
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Congrats mmr.
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Thanks.
I have posted a new file with all the links for each subsection in yahoo scea_j2ee. You can find some links to clustering there.
 
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Congrats for your good score, Hope u finish part 2 & 3,
Can u tell me for SCEA which books did you refer for EJB. What type of questions were asked relating the same.
 
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For EJB I used EJB 1.1 specs. I brushed up Ed Roman's Mastering EJB. I followed it up with John Weatherbie's notes.
75% of the questions are scenario related, like which bean to choose and what would be a good way to improve performance. There were quite a few true false questions.
 
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Hi, mmr (sorry, I do not know your name), congratulations on your success on the Part I. I visited the yahoo scea_j2ee site but was unable to find your post regarding the materials you used for preparing the SCEA I. Do you mind posting them in this forum? Thanks in advance.
 
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Can you point us to yahoo forum that you mentioned?
Thanks
 
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scea_j2ee/files/Useful SCEA links
It has all the links I used for preparing for each section.
 
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Hi, mmr, I am a member of the Yahoo scea-j2ee group. However, I clicked on the link that you provided to search your study materials, but got this message:
Oops...
The requested file or directory is not found on the server.
 
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It would sure be helpful if someone could just post these links here. (Even better, if we could add them to the ranch's SCEA links page.) I'm not trying to be too demanding, I'd just really rather not have yet another group/account to keep up with.
Any takers?
Thanks in advance.
 
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I said that I was a SCEA group member at Yahoo, and I got the message:
Oops...
The requested file or directory is not found on the server.
 
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scea_j2ee/files
and then check for Useful SCEA Links which has a bookmark in it with all the links.
 
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