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Need SCEA info - please respond

 
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Hi ranchers,
I've not found as much SCEA info on any other forum as here, this is a good place for people like me who are contemplating on the certification to start with. However there are few questions for which I seek answers from you'll
-I understand that the SCEA 5 comprises of CX-310-052 CX-310-301A and CX-310-062 , but was unable to find a book correspondingly. The SCEA book by Mark Cade or the Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (Exam 310-051) (Certification Press) by Paul Allen and Joseph Bambara seem to have been specifically for 310-051. Please let me know if the same are sufficient for 310-052 as well or are there any recommended bibles.
- Regarding the assignment in 310-310A part 2,I would like to know if the assignment is to design/architect the solution only or to develop it as well.
-Any furher help on the books to be referred\preparation process is much appreciated
Looking forward to your cooperation in the days to come.
Thanks much.
 
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Wow that sounds like a business email

There is not single bible for preparation. I would suggest the Mark Cade book, a good book on EJB (there are many) and be prepared to go through several articles and notes made by others.

The part 2 exam is meant for design alone. Implementation is not necessary. As for more study links, search this forum. It is littered with them
 
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