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What are the skills required to be an architect

 
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I am confused on what technical skills are required by an architect? Does he need to have a hands on experience in all the layers of a multi-tier application. i.e being technically good on database side (SQL), GUI side (html/javascript), framework side (hibernate/spring/?) and any other technologies?
I understand that being an architect would mean that one should be able to design a J2EE application which would mean that he should be hands on in all the above mentioned technologies, but that looks a bit too much or no?
 
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