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Hi,

I have cleared part 1 with 79%.I ws silent member of this group and I appriciate all your help who have directly/indirectly helped me.

Lots of the material I found on this site were very useful and I should those guys who have shared thier exp with us.

I had 2 questions from b2b with some diagrams to identyfy what is hub, what is client where is https is used.

design patterns were simple. direct questions.
ejb and ejb container model weren;t stright but had to spend time on analysing the questions.
EJB container model were also same...

UML was easy. the showed a diagram(activity) and asked me identify which diagram it was.

A question diff between generalization and realization (with diagram).

I anwered 0 questions on security. Questions were on capability of untrsuted classes loaded from remote source in java enabled web broswer.. Could not answer it correctly.

For people who wants to prepare for part 1 is, do not memorize the senetence rather understand what you are reading.

head first .. on EJB and design patterns
UML is simple... UML distilled should be fine..
I referred EJB oreilly...
few Mock exams..

Good luck to people who are preparing for part I.
Gotta prepare for part II and tahnk you all again.

Mohan Joyappa
 
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Congratulations Mohan!!
Laxmi
 
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Congratts!
Could you give some links to good mock tests online?
Thank you
 
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Congrats Mohan, those were very valuable tips. thanks
For design patterns, did you get scenario based questions? They give you a practical scenario and ask you what pattern best suits it? Or do they ask you theoretical questions about the details of the pattern?

Please let me know.

Thanks again
 
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It is scenario based question for design pattern. but you can easily figure out as it was very simple one.
 
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