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Hello All,
I am starting to work on my SCEA exam. Part 1, which is a multiple exam, covers "Security." I am looking for a few good references on the security topic especially from the SCEA point of view.
It is great to see Andrew here as the moderator/bartender. He has guided me so effectively through the SCJD certification process. I ended-up learning a lot.
Looking forward to your responses.
Regards.
Bharat
 
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Hi Bharat,
There are some links to some good reading in the SCEA Links pages, and there are some frequently asked questions in the FAQ pages.
The book Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology by Mark Cade & Simon Roberts is a good refresher on most of the topics on the part I exam and they give a good demonstration for the part II assignment - however they do not have a section on connectivity to legacy systems, and (IMHO) they do not set out to teach you about security (or any other topic): I feel it is more a review of the main points required for the exam.
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Thanks Andrew,
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Bharat
 
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