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Common Architectures

 
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.
 
Iyengar Srividya76
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Hi Vibha...
This is Vidya here... Even I have registered for the exam 1 week back.... I just refered to the book 'Mastering EJB' by ED Roman first chapter and also the book 'Java server prog Volume I' first chap.... I don't think it is enough but its just a start...
even I would like to have a clear idea of the topics to be prepared for common architectures...
The site 'http://www.stormpages.com/jnagal/concepts.html' is good... go through it.......
Best Of Luck....
Vidya
 
Jignesh H Shah
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John's note for Common Architecture is enough. Mainly you need to be clear about what affects what..
e.g If you want more Flexibility then that affects Managebility ...
if you read John's note and If you think about that then that should be enough.
 
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