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Great going

All the very best for Part II
Hi Laxmi,

Can you pls send a copy of ppt to me also @ vis.garg@gmail.com

Regards
Vishal
Hi Poornima,

The answer is "D". Distributed Garbage Collection is provided by RMI-JRMP.


All the Best
Vishal
Hi Nitin/Laxmi,

I think DNSRR is load sharing technique. Reason being it doesn't makes any intelligent decisions as of to which server should it route the traffic.

Basically for eg. if we have three servers A, B and C.

DNSRR will send the request to all the servers one by one. First request it will send to server A, second to B and third to C and again follow the same cycle...and hence kind of load sharing.

As opposed in Load balancing technique...the traffic is routed intelligently to A, B and C according to the CPU usage and other critera.

I hope, this helps.

Regards
Vishal

Originally posted by nitin pahwa:
Hi Vishal,

Please provide me some url on Common Architecture and Concepts topics.

Thanks



Hi Nitin,

Basically I just followed Cade(primarily) and Paul Allen. And notes listed on SCEA_J2EE should be sufficient for common architecture. Go through Ramu's notes and SCEA-Nutshell. That should be sufficient.

All the Best
Vishal
Hi All,

I've quick doubt...it'll be highly appreciated if I can get affirmed reply.

1. I've appeared for SCEA Part I in UK.
2. I can now download the SCEA Part II anywhere in the world. As of now I'll be downloading Part II from UK website.
3. Next month I might have to travel somewhere else.
4. Now since I'm registered as UK student on SUN and Prometric and 'll be downloading Part II as UK student...is it possible to appear for Part III in Prometric Centre not located in UK.

A prompt reply will be highly appreciated.

Best Regards
Vishal
Hi VJ,

Basically I can't really say if the question were similar or not. But the marks I used to score in different sections of practice tests of Whizlab is the score reflected in real exam. Like in whizlab, I used to fail most of the time in EJB and Pattern related questions. That way I concentrated more on those sections...

And that is what actually happened in main test...I didn't scored quite well in those paraticular sections...but whizlab will reflact where you stand and hence you can prepare accordingly...

Regds
Vishal
...and ofcourse wish you all a very Happy Diwali
Hi All,

Today I cleared Part I. Thanks to all in helping me directly or indrectly.

Not good score though, but I don't have any practical experience in EJB and patterns, which clearly reflected in the topicwise score. Anyhow it was great learning and looking fwd to gain more in Part II and III.

I followed Cade primarily. Then Paul Allen's study guide and notes from scea_j2ee(yahoo groups)helped alot for clearing the funda's of EJB, patterns and other topics. I also used whizlab's simulator. The kind of score I used to get in different areas is the score that reflected in SCEA I. By that way you can concentrate on your week areas.

Anyhow thanks to ranch once again.

All the best
Vishal
For PartII I know J2EE pattern is required.

The thing is very soon I'm taking my exam...and just wanted to make myself better if they come or not...anyhow no time left to study them...

Thanks for help

Regards
Vishal
Hi Theodore,
Thanks for the reply, but here is what Section 8 says:

1. From a list, select the most appropriate design pattern for a given scenario. Patterns will be limited to those documented in Gamma et al. and named using the names given in that book.

2.State the benefits of using design patterns.

3. State the name of a design pattern (for example, Gamma) given the UML diagram and/or a brief description of the pattern's functionality.

4. Select from a list benefits of a specified design pattern (for example, Gamma).

5. Identify the design pattern associated with a specified J2EE feature.

So according to very first point, J2EE patterns should not appear in exam, it should be limited to GOF. My doubt was whether or not design patterns are asked or not...my doubt was, in Whizlab simulator there were quite a few questions about J2EE paterns. Can they really come...is it worthwhile to study them before PartII.

Best regards
Vishal
Are J2EE patterns part of SCEA-I exam? I see quite a few questions in Whizlab.

Thanks
Vishal
Hi All,

Can somebody please tell me (Who has taken both Whizlab Simulator and SCEA part 1) how relevant whizlab questions are. Also what level of difficulty do they offer as compared to the questions asked in SCEA.

Thanks for prompt answer.

Regards
V
Is it possible to take PartI and Part(II and III) in different countries? Like for example is it possible to take PartI in UK and PartII in US.
Hi All,

I've quite a stupid question. It would be highly appreciated if some vetrans might respond.
I've just cleared SCJP. Wanted to know what after that. I know most of the ppl would simply suggest for one of the Developer certtifications, but can someone please give me more insight on this dilemma on mine, why not SCEA. As one can directly do SCEA, but what is it actually required for SCEA.
So can someone please tell me the positive and negative points of direcly doing SCEA and if one can do directly...then is there something which a beginner can use.

Thanks