Hi Bharathi, I have done architecture and coding work on C++ projects using MS MFC frameworks. Experience with an OO language would definitely be helpful in tackling the technology neutral areas of the System such as UML, Design patterns, etc. However, the rest of the certification is about J2EE, which is a technology/specification. One doesn't have to be a Java programmer to take the SCJEA certification. A good understanding of the capabilities of the languages would suffice. However, a solid understanding of the various J2EE technology and their applicability in the real world is necessary to successfully clear the exam. I could answer your question with more clarity if you can be a bit specific about your question and your comfort level with J2EE.
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