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am i going the right way ??? (regarding study material) , please check & help

 
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hi,
can anyone help me. i want to know how do i prepare for Part I. as a reply to my earlier post one our friend told me to look in the earlier posts & try to find out , i did exactly that & found out some resources. i am mentioning them below just tell me if i need to read more material to get thorough understanding of concepts or am i missing anything.
1) EJB book(o'reilly)
2) uml by martin fowler
3) design pattern (GOF)
4) J2ee specs
5) j2ee tutorial
6) j2ee blueprints
7) j2ee pet store application
8) servlets specs
9) jsp specs
10)professional Jsp
11)java servlets (jason hunter)
12)john's notes
13) desgin patterns java companion

please help
thanks
pratik
 
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EJB book(o'reilly)
UML ( martin fowler)
Design Patterns java companion
J2ee specs 1.1, Blueprints
john's notes
To complete John's note...read about firewalls, security, protocols, access legacy system....from the net.

Bear in mind, the SCEA exam is conceptual multi-tier architecture design scenario questions. You have to understand the BIG PICTURE of client-tier, web-tier, ejb-tier, storage-tier, integration-tier.
Go through these forum and read all the thread of successfully people.

 
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As far as I know there are no API questions in the test.
You just need to know about the basic classes of EJB, just in case like
EJBHome, EJBObject, EJBSession etc...
You may want to look at the EJB specifications 1.1 from SUN, chapters 4,5,6,8,9.
It's really clear and helpful
-Chris
 
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