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Passed 484

 
adam snopek
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The test seemed more difficult then the mock exam.
I studied for three weeks, first week was learing about EJB's
The second and third week everything else.
I took a lot of EJB Certification (SCBCD) and Web Component Certification (SCWCD) mock exams.
I didn't know anything about EJBs so I mostly focused on that area.
In my version there were a lot of questions about deployment and architecutre related stuff. I know the test is divided proportionally but it just seemed l ike it. Make sure you know all the connectivity APIs(JAAS, JAXP, JNDI,...), not detailed but the basics. for example if the asked some thing like
Subject.doAsPrivileged() is declerative or programmatic way of ..... just know the basics of the APIs.
 
Tony Chen
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Congratulations!
 
RajeevRad Nair
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Congratulations Adam!!!
If u donot mind how much did you get ???
 
Vipin Mohan
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hi friends
I've not used JAAS as part of my work. Just learning it as part of my preparation for the 484 exam. I'm not clear about where to use doAs() and where to use doAsPrivileged() method of the Subject class. I saw an example where doAs() is used for programmatic authorization and doAsPrivileged() for declarative authorization. Is that the only way they can be used ? What I mean is is it possible to use doAsPrivileged() for programmatic auth. and doAs() for declarative auth ? Please help.
Thanks
Vipin
 
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