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Planning to take SCEA

 
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Hi,

I've around 5 and half yrs experience in J2EE technologies.

Is it mandatory that one needs to clear the SCJP exam, to be eligible to take the SCEA exam.

I didnt take the SCJP exam earlier.

Please suggest. I coudnt get any concrete information regarding the same on the net.

Thanks in adv

Partha
 
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Delivered at: Authorized Prometric testing centers
Prerequisites: None
Other exams/assignments required for this certification: Step 2 (CX-310-300A), Step 3 (CX-310-061)
Exam type: Multiple choice, short answer, and drag and drop
Number of questions: 48
Pass score: 68%
Time limit: 75 minutes

http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-051.xml


Anyone please let me know which version of EJB this exam is based on . thanks.
[ June 13, 2005: Message edited by: sawan parihar ]
 
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Anyone please let me know which version of EJB this exam is based on . thanks.


EJB 1.1 for part 1. You can use any version of J2EE for part 2.
 
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Thanks Mark . Any news when it will be upgraded to EJB2.0. I gave SCBCD few days back and it covered EJB 2.0. Don't really feel like studying EJB1.1

thanks.
[ June 13, 2005: Message edited by: sawan parihar ]
 
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Any news when it will be upgraded to EJB2.0.


No.

I gave SCBCD few days back and it covered EJB 2.0. Don't really feel like studying EJB1.1


Don't worry, with the knowledge I had from SCBCD I scored 100% on both EJB Lifecycle model and EJB model . :roll:
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My experience with Part I is that you don't really have to know EJB1.1 specifics. Most of the questions regard EJBs in general e.g. applicability or life cycle management and so forth.

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Hi,
Thats a good news. Thanks all.

Sawan
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