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Sachin Petkar

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I would think that having SCEA gives one an edge over others, in general.
However, most of the time, as with any certification, it's a matter of
perception. SCEA will not automatically help you get "higher pay" but if I
were selecting between several architects of comparable experience, the one with SCEA would have the edge. On the other hand, SCEA without experience would not really count as an edge.

Just my $0.02.
Is there a "simple" and/or straightforward explanation of the Java EE stack? As in, where does the confusion of the Identity Manager/Access Manager/Directory Server/<whatnot> integrate with the Glassfish App Server?

Knowing exactly how they integrate is key to understanding how to deploy and troubleshoot a complete Enterprise solution.
There used to be a tool - javareg.exe - provided by Microsoft, which allowed you to register you Java code such that it could be called from VB, etc, via COM.
My question is - where is it now? I've searched through an installation of Windows 2000 Advanced Server & Visual Studio.Net 2003, all over the web and Microsoft's website. However, there seems to be no sign of it anywhere! If anyone has a copy of javareg.exe or knows a place where I may download it from, please let me know. My other option would be to convert my Java code to C# using the "Java Language Conversion Assistant" ... which I really don't want to do. Please help me save my Java !
Thanks,
Sachin
18 years ago