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J2EE Enterprise Architect Exam

 
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Hi There,
I have been preparing for J2ee Enterprise Architect Part 1 since one year on and off as I didn't get any time to take the test. I have started regrouping my tutorial notes I collected since 2003 January. Does it still hold good? Are there any changes to the exam pattern and the objectives since July 2003?
Your views will be appreciated.
Thanks.
 
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Hi John
No changes to the exam criteria so far, so your notes are still valid.
Regards, Andrew
 
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nothing has changed so far.
 
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I am new to this exam. Mark Cade's book talks only about Session/Entity beans.But the Paul Allen's Study Guide says that "The current version of the SCEA exam tests your knowledge of J2EE 1.3 API", on p:16.
So does the exam cover J2EE1.3(EJB2.0) or J2EE 1.2.1(EJB1.1)?
http://suned.sun.com/US/catalog/courses/CX-310-051.html
In the exam objectives, I couldn't find any mention of message-driven beans, but synchronous/asynchronous messaging with EJB is covered.


Section 9: Messaging
----------------------------------------------------------
1.Identify scenarios that are appropriate to implementation using
messaging, EJB, or both.
2. List benefits of synchronous and asynchronous messaging.
3. Select scenarios from a list that are appropriate to implementation
using synchronous and asynchronous messaging.


Can somebody tell me, if there are questions related to EJB2.0 in the part-I exam?
Can I submit my Part-II assignment using EJB2.0 technology?
 
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Andrew,
I found your old post...
https://coderanch.com/t/151838/java-Architect-SCEA/certification/EE-version-SCEA-exam
Maybe Paul Allen's book is incorrect?
 
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