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Hi Hans,

I found a lot of useful information in

Software Architecture in Practice, Second Edition
By Len Bass, Paul Clements, Rick Kazman
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Pub Date: April 11, 2003
ISBN: 0-321-15495-9
Pages: 560

It's very good and more general than just Java EE.

Hope it helps,

Benoît
Hi All,

I'm working on my Part 2 assignment and I choose a distributed architecture.
I have a Web Server located in a DMZ and an Application Server located in the company's intranet.

I have the following questions:
1/ Do I need to secure the RMI communications between the Web Server and the Application Server ? or can I assume that the firewall will do the job ?
2/ Do I need to establish a "trust domain" between my two servers ? How can I do it ?
3/ Do I need to secure my EJB ? Do I need to login in the application server ?

Thanks a lot for your help.

Benoît
I know this thread is very old...
But for the archives:

I wrote it like that:
10 years ago
JSP
I used "Mastering Java Server Faces" - and only the first part "Architecture of JSF".
It was enough for me.

Hope it helps

Benoît
Yes, ti's possible:
1- you have to draw the sequence diagram you want to include as a seperate diagram
2- then you can include this diagram in your sequence diagram with a simple drag-and-drop

Hope it helps,

Benoît
Hi Kazimierz,

For Point 3, I must assume that Freight Movers provides a kind of "client" library you can include in your application.
So, nothing more to do than an assumption ;)

Benoît
Hi Selina,

You certainly have already passed SCEA.
For the readers of this thread, I would suggest:

Software Architecture in Practice
It's very useful for part 2 as it provides a good way to understand and achieve quality requirements.

And the reading is very pleasant.

Hope it helps,

Benoît
Hi Durgesh,

I'm currently reading this one:
Software Architecture in Practice
It's very useful for part 2 as it provides a good way to understand and achieve quality requirements.
Sometimes it's a bit difficult to apply it Java EE but I think it's really a reference.
And the reading is very pleasant.

Hope it helps,

Benoît
Hi Ren,

I'm working for a company that provides IT services.
Having a SCEA in the team is a great "plus" when competing for a project.
That's why generally companies pay for certifications.

In my case, the deal is "I learn alone and the company pay the certification. If I fail, I pay the retake".

Benoît
Hi Dipankar,

I saw some questions about EJB. Not a lot...
Nothing about implementation.
And a lot of EJB-related questions like Transactions, Security, Roles, applicability of MDB, etc.
For all of those points, my SCBCD experience was very useful.

I didn't have anything about EJB2.
And I don't remember having answered to JPA questions.

Benoît
11 years ago
Congrats, Jose Luis.
And thanks for sharing your links: they're really helpful.
11 years ago
Hi Anan,

You've got to focus on the distinct XML/WS libraries: JAXB, SAX, StAX, JAXP, JAXR, etc.
You must also know how a WS can be integrated in a transaction and how it can be secured.

From an larger "integration" point of view, this article from IBM was useful for me: it gives you the keys for choosing among WS, JMS and JCA.

Hope it helps,

Benoît
11 years ago
Hi All,

When writing my Software Architecture Documentation, I generally use this template.

It contains an element catalog for every diagram where one can add a description for:
- Components and Properties
- Relationship and Properties
- Components Interface
and Rationale.

Do you think it's a good idea to include it in the submission or must be the diagrams "self-contained" ?

Thanks for your help,

Benoît
I agree with you: you don't need message selector.
So good choice is D "topic without message selectors"...
I asked SUN a month ago: there is no retake for part 2 and 3 of SCEA.