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Passed part I with 83%

 
Jignesh H Shah
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Hi all,
Atlast I am done with part I. I passed it with 83%. Thanks to everybody. This form helped me a lot.
Thanks
Jignesh
 
Adithya Rayaprolu
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Congratulations! Can you please give some details about the exam, especially in the sections Security and I18n? Thanks in advance.
 
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congratulations. all the very best with part 2 & 3 .
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Shailesh.
 
Jignesh H Shah
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Security was one of my weakest topic. But too get confident i read too many stuff for security and i am glad that it helped and i got 100% in that.
For that i read
- 3COM Whitepaper for Firewall.
- Sun Applet FAQ
- Sun Java Security Architecture
- Javaworld Secuirty Architecture Article ( Link is somewhere in old post, posted by Vivek )
- Make sure that u r clear about how Certificate works with Sign Jar files.
For internationalization i got 50%. I read John's note. I think i missed more detail about some classes. You need to read about what classes does what. e.g use of java.text package, use of Locale...etc.
 
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Hi Jignesh
Congratulations!!!
BEST OF LUCK TO UR PART 2 and PART 3
Regards
Mathew
 
Adithya Rayaprolu
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Hi Jignesh, Can you please tell me what all I have to study for Messaging? Is John's notes sufficient for that? Thanks in advance.
 
Jignesh H Shah
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I did read Java World article related to JMS but John's note is enough for JMS. Basically u need to be clear about synchronous, asynch.., ptp and publisher/subscriber messaging.
 
shivani anand
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Hi Jignesh,
Congrats, on clearing first part.
can you tell me links from where you studied for Common Architectures ?
thanks,
shivani
 
Jignesh H Shah
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You will find that in John's note
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum26/HTML/000441.html
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Rahul Mahindrakar
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<h2>Congratulatins</H2>
Welcome to the Club
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Mahindrakar
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Consultant - Zensar Technologies.
SCJP2, SCJD2 & SCJEA (Part I)
 
Vivek Viswanathan
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Congradulations

Nice Score
 
Jignesh H Shah
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Thanks everybody. Thanks Vivek. In one of yr post there was link for security topic and that helped me to get confidence for security.

For the people who are not sure about how classloader works. They should read
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum26/HTML/000303.html.

For me thats was really helpful to clear doubts about some java security issues.

Repaired the link---Carl

[This message has been edited by Carl Trusiak (edited September 12, 2001).]
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Congratulation.
Can you tell me what you r preparing for Part II?. Whats best way to approach?. I am planning to download my assignment but I am not that good in Design and I am not sure where to start.
 
Jignesh H Shah
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I am really not good in Design. So to make my basics clear I am using "Applying UML and Patterns" by Craig Larman. I started reading it and It seems this is good book.
And I read all old posts and people are suggesting that Pet Store sample is good to review. So I am planning to do that too. But whoever passed PartII will be better source for the answer.
Does anyone wanna suggest best way to approach part II?.
 
Adithya Rayaprolu
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Hi Jignesh, Thanks for the link for Security. But do I have to go into all the details of this article? Can you please tell me what should I study in this? Thanks a lot for your reply.
 
Jignesh H Shah
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I read everything. But I think if u don't have more time then atleast read ClassLoader. That concept will be helpful in some security questions.
 
Vibha Verma
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I have just started preparing for the part I. I wanted to know, what exactly are we supposed to know under the topic - Common Architectures?
I would appreciate if anybody could elaborate upon that.
Thanks.
Vibha.
 
shivani anand
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Is thi url correct http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum26/HTML/000303.html.
because when I am trying to open this page it's giving page not found.
shivani
[ July 29, 2007: Message edited by: Marilyn de Queiroz ]
 
Jignesh H Shah
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First I replied yr answer in wrong post Anyway you are getting error because there is a dot after that URL. Try this
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum26/HTML/000303.html
[ July 29, 2007: Message edited by: Marilyn de Queiroz ]
 
shivani anand
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Thanks, for sending the correct URL.
shivani
 
shivani anand
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Hi! Jignesh,

Do I've to know details of all Cipher suites? Could you please tell me what I've to read about SSL?
thanks ,
shivani
 
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Hi Jignesh...
Congrats for passing out with such a good score... I have just registered for the Architect Exam part I... Can u please tell me how long did it take u to prepare for the exam... Can u give some useful tips....What are the books u reffered to...
Pls do suggest where did u refer for 'Common Architectures'... again I have to practise EJB at home... So can u please tell me the environment settings u had worked on.... I have downloaded j2sdk 1.3 and downloading the evaluation copy of JRUN 3.1 it's j2EE compatible.... can u tell me what else do I need for that...
Also can u tell me what did u refer for the 'Legacy Connectivity'
Thanks in advance....
Vidya
 
LAXMI VEMARAJU
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Hi,
Is it enough if I go through ejb1.1 by orielly , to cover the ejb stuff for the exam?
laxmi
 
Jignesh H Shah
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Vidya,
I read common architecture and legacy connectivity from John's note and some other material but John's note is enough. For preparation I took on average 2 hours per day for 1 month.
I did some work on EJB at home but I don't think its required for Part I.
Thanks
Jignesh Shah
 
Jignesh H Shah
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Laxmi,
I read first 4 chapter of Orielly and I read Some other material from Sun's site. I also read John's note for EJB.
Orielly book is enough but please give full attention in understanding Container work.
Questions were really tricky, If you read John's note and First 4 chapter for Orielly than that should be enough.
Thanks
Jignesh Shah
 
LAXMI VEMARAJU
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Thanks for your reply, btw are we getting quesions from ejb2.0 or ejb1.1?
Thanks again ,
laxmi
Originally posted by Jignesh H Shah:
Laxmi,
I read first 4 chapter of Orielly and I read Some other material from Sun's site. I also read John's note for EJB.
Orielly book is enough but please give full attention in understanding Container work.
Questions were really tricky, If you read John's note and First 4 chapter for Orielly than that should be enough.
Thanks
Jignesh Shah

 
Jignesh H Shah
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Questions are based on ejb 1.1
 
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