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Hi everybody
this group has been a great help in preparing the exam on and off. With much more toward the morale building than the study material.
at last I took the SCEA part 1 and passed ( though I have been almost out of touch with the intricacies of j2ee and ejb for almost 3 to 4 months.

I have been reading DP, EJB and many of the SCEA material from the sites and groups. But here is what I found imp
1) if you dont understand Gamma then dont worry and conc on the UML diag rams and the pros and cons of the pattern.
2) EJB -- ramu notes were very help ful in reacpping BMP/CMP EJB
3) Security -- I missed few Q's but it dealt mostly with the port and type of protocol being used. There was one encryption ... Q which was off my head.
4) UML -- Questions were very easy esp on seq diag, association and realization.
5) Some of the sitation and architecture improvemnt Q's is what I missed as they werent easy to grasp.

I took no other SCEA test ( except 1 or 2 mock test ) -- a firm believer in saying money on costly books and paid simulators.

regards
steve
 
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