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How to Start the Studies... for Java Architectural Exam ?

 
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Hi,
I am Harigopan.( Passed J.C.P)
Now preparing for Java Architectural Exam.
I bought all books that available in the Indian Market(shown below)
Now My problem is
1.I don't know how how to start the studies ...?
2.I have no experience in EJB,UML&Design pattern
3.Which chapter I want to put more concentration ...?
4.Which books are really important.........?
Please give your valuable information
So that I can completed My studies & Passed the Examination

These are the books I bought for Examination

+ Java 2 Certification Training Guide : by Jamie Jaworski
+ Mastering Enterprise Java Beans : Ed Roman
+ Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition: Platform and Component Specifications (The Java Series) by Bill Shannon, et al.
Addison-Wesley Pub Co ISBN: 0201704560
+ Designing Enterprise Applications with the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (The Java Series)
by Nicholas Kassem, Enterprise Team Addison-Wesley Pub Co
+ Java 2 Network Security
Marco Pistoia,Duane F. Reller,Deepak Gupta,Milind Nagnur
Ashok K. Ramani
+ Design Patterns and Contracts
Jean-Marc Jezequel ,Michel Train ,Christine mingins
+ Design Patterns
Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John Vlissides, Grady Booch
+ Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
David Flanagan, Jim Farley ,William Crawford,Kris Magnusson
+ UML Distilled
Martin Fowler
+ Enterprise Java Beans
Richard Monson-Haefel
 
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Try this way:
UML first
then J2ee architecture and OOAD
Next, EJB and Design patterns
Internet Security
 
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I'd read the following books:
Enterprise JavaBeans
UML Distilled
Design Patterns
Designing Enterprise Appls w/ the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition
Good luck!
John
 
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Hi Hari,
I am from India.
I am also going for SCEA.
I will suggest you that If You are concerned about certification then you must keep the Exam Objectives in front of you.
I will suggest you to read the Book fully and More concentrate where you are getting the answer to your Objective.
When you start J2EE
You must first Study the BOOK "Designing Enterprise Applications with the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (The Java Series)
by Nicholas Kassem, Enterprise Team Addison-Wesley Pub Co
at least first 4 chapters ar most Important.
Ejb O'really Book is required except Ed Roman..
I hope this will help you
 
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