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Some general inqueries about Part I

 
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Hi all.
Some questions for you regarding part I :
1. Do i need to know by heart the CORBA Services (Like the fact that it does not support CMP - thats easy. but all the rest..)
2. How good do i need to know about load balancing topics - DNS round robin/ all the different replication styles (clustering) etc ?
3. Should i learn (for part 1) all the J2EE design patterns ?
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1. Do i need to know by heart the CORBA Services (Like the fact that it does not support CMP - thats easy. but all the rest..)
Basics about RMI-IIOP,JRMP,IIOP is good enough.

2. How good do i need to know about load balancing topics - DNS round robin/ all the different replication styles (clustering) etc ?
Again Basic knowledge is good enough.
3. Should i learn (for part 1) all the J2EE design patterns ?
Refer Gang of Four Patterns
 
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Thank you !
 
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