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reg the java architect exams

 
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Hi,
I have a background of working in java (j2ee), xml, uml and related technologiges for almost 4 years. Will that be enough for me to target the architect exam?
1. Is having a knowledge in COM or DCOM is essential?
2. Any expertise in c++ programming is necessary?
I have experience in working with some middleware tools and in workflow tools.
Any suggestions please.
Thanks,
ananth
 
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Yes, you have enough experience to study for the exam. I would suggest looking at the objectives from Sun's site to get a better idea (suned.sun.com). As for the answers to questions 1. and 2., with the exception of wrapping C++ calls using JNI, there's no real mention of C++ on the exam or DCOM.
 
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