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passed part I (81%)

 
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To startwith, thanks to javaranch group who helped me out in guiding for preparation of this exam.
I have cleared the part I with 81 %
Section Analysis
Concepts: 100
Common Architectures: 50
Legacy: 100
EJB: 88
EJB container: 75
protocols: 100
design patterns: 100
messaging: 66
internationalization: 100
security : 100
The exam covered following topics:
a) UML: activity diagram,dependency,cardinality of relationship
b) protocols: HTTPS, HTTP
c) LDAP
d) B2B concepts
e) firewall: port filtering & address filtering
f) Software maintenance: code reuse, code factoring
g) JMS publish/subscribe, reliability
h) Stateful,Entity,Stateless design decisions
i) applet security: untrusted applet
j) applet - IIOP : http tunnelling
k) legacy systems: screenscrapers
l) DNS round robin, load balancer
I used following books and notes:
a) EJB 1.1 spec
b) O'Reilly EJB
c) professional jms
d) O'Reilly security
e) John's notes
f) certificationguru tutorial
g) applet security faq
h) onjava's article on load balancing
Now I will dig into javaranch forum for part II info...
thanks again
 
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Congrats!
Can you tell us more abt the articles for B2B concepts?
 
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You may want to have a look at the J2EE blueprints:
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/blueprints/introduction/application_scenarios/index.html

1.3.4 Business-to-Business Scenario

This chapter is usefull for the "applicability of J2EE" in the test.
-Christophe

[This message has been edited by Christophe Testi (edited November 05, 2001).]
 
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Congrats !!
Best Luck for part II and III
 
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Another good article about JMS and B2B: http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-02-2000/jw-02-jmsxml.html
Cheers,
-Chris
 
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Congrats for Part II and III....
Vidya
 
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