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Hi,
I read Prof Java Server Programming(J2EE Edition) is this enough preparation for the Part I exam, ?
Are there also so many mock exams, like SCJ2P exams?
Othmar
 
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Probably this books, although being good does not contain everything needed for exam.
My book list included:
Design Patterns by GoF
UML Distilled by Fowler
EJB By Monson-Hafael
Sun's papers on Internationalization and Security
you should also find some info on Active Replication
 
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Almost forgot, Sun's EJB 1.1. spec, contains everything you need to know about EJB for exam.
 
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Hi Sergey!
Thanx for your info!
is the chapter on JMS in Prof.Server Programming enough for the exam?
And are there only the 2 mock exams posted in this forum?
Othmar
 
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My 2 questions about JMS had "JMS" as an answer ;-)
Keeping this in mind you should be fine with any book just know what JMS stands for.
Joke.
I think you should be OK for JMS with this book.
 
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I personally used the one from Sun and the other one posted in this forum at http://www.stormpages.com/jnagal/, I also skimmed through old Java Architect Certification available in certification book by Mr. Jaworski. It also contains rarely found information on "What screenscaper is?".
 
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hi ,
can you please tell me where can I find SUN's documentation on Internationalization and Security, the one which u mentioned in this study refrences?
Regards,
Chetan Mehta
 
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This is a nice security paper from Sun, covers almost every aspect of java security:
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Security/Fundamentals/Security.html
I do not have a single link for internationalization, however if you go to developer.java.sun.com and look for Internationalization keyword, you will find a plenty of usefull links,
just couple of those,
chapter from the book of Monica Pawlan: http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/Books/Essentials/int.pdf
Internationalization tutorial: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/i18n/index.html
I personally have to admit that I've missed both of my internationalization questions ;-( This was the only section where I've got 0%. Shame on me.
You should know, I beleive, what internationalization stands for, what it allows you to customize, labels formatting algorithms etc, and which classes packages provides you the means of maintaining internationalization needs, like SimpleDateFormat or java.util.* package.
I also would like to say that both of my questions were vague. So be careful.
Hopefully this will help.
 
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