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Bharatesh H Kakamari
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What are the objectives of SCEA ? JSP, Servlets, EJB, UML, Design Patterns ... ? Did I miss out anything ?
What is the best way to grasp the above topics ? What is the sequence of beginning to start for the above topics ?
Should I study EJB first or JSP
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John Wetherbie
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The objectives can be found here at Sun Education. This post and this post discuss aspects of the Part I test.
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Bharatesh H Kakamari
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Thanks.
Does part I include all the objectives ?
Which is the best source to understand Scalability, Reliability, Manageability etc ?
EJB it is Oreilly.
UML - UML by Fowler
Design Patterns it is Design Patterns book suggested by Sun
What about Messaging ? Security ? J2EE ? Protocols ?
Please answer and also correct me if I am wrong.
 
John Wetherbie
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Part I covers all the objectives.
The Java Blueprints book may provide more coverage of the other topics you mention. My experience is that there is no single source for the topics, either collectively or singlely, beyond EJBs, UML, and Design Patterns. I did a lot of web searches to try to find information.
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Marya Doery
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I looked at the Sun description of objectives and found no mention of either JSP or Servlets being covered. Is this really true? It seems very strange!
 
John Wetherbie
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JSP and Servlets are covered under Legacy Connectivity and Applicability of J2EE from what I can tell. If you know what they are, what they should be used for, and how they interact you should do fine on any questions that mention them.
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Bharatesh H Kakamari
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Thanks All
Do we need to write practical examples for all the objectives ? Or having fundamental knowledge for them is good enough from the examination point of view ? Do we have to write short programs as for SCJP for each objective ?
 
John Wetherbie
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I would say no unless writing programs really helps you learn a concept.
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