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Hi guys,
I already have passed SCEA part 1 and now working on SCEA part 2. Reading the assignment I realized all the UML examples I've seen so far are related to simple classes/objects. I've encountered very few J2EE UML diagrams. I've read Cade's book but it seems too light - I'm afraid this is not enough for the exam. Does anybody know of a good J2EE UML book ?

Thank you,
Ionut
 
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Dear Ionut Scutaru,

You should use these books because was very usefull for my certification.

- UML Distilled - Martin Fowler
- UML User Guide
[ June 07, 2008: Message edited by: Andrew Betencourt ]
 
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I looked through the UML Distilled book once and I didn't see the J2EE diagrams. Probably I didn't look at the right pages.. I'll take another look when I visit the book store..

Thanks Andrew !
 
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This book is usefull to learn how to use UML.
You should to find some J2EE diagrams, in books as J2EE Design Patterns.

The part 2 of exam isn't hard if you have some experience in projects using UML, J2EE and others technologies.
 
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I've never heard of J2EE UML book. If you have some specific questions regarding UML in assignment (f.e. how to describe design pattern on component diagram) consider searching for answer in old topics - I've found plenty of information about UML vs. J2EE on this forum.
If You have some specific questions - do not hesitate to ask
[ June 09, 2008: Message edited by: Piotr Uryga ]
 
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