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i've already attempted scea part 1. but i failed within a small
margin. can any body help me about any specific way of preparation. actually i've studied the following books.
1. designing enterprise app. nicholas kassem
2.java design patterns ---- james w cooper
3. UML distilled
4.ejb --- o'reilly
5. design patterns----- erich gamma.

is thereany other book covering more specifics. and also i would
like to know which is the better source for getting info on issues like scalability, reliability, flexibility, load balancing, etc....
thanks..
 
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I found this article on load balancing good for an introduction here
I am reading the J2EE BLue prints for more info on the design aspects the enterprise edition. Also i am looking into the petstore demo example for various design aspects with respect to security etc.
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[This message has been edited by Rahul Mahindrakar (edited February 20, 2001).]
 
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