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Hi All,
Iam planning for SCEA certification. Presently Iam studying Applicability of J2EE. Could you please suggest some one what kind of questions they will ask under the topic- 'J2EE applicability'.

I know this is not simple single specific question but if some one who alredy wrote the part1 certication suggests the kind of questions they asked, it would be very greatfull for me to change my way of preparation.

Also, if any one can suggest sample mock tests based on topic wise.

Thanks in advance,
Sam
 
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In general question will provide you an application context (mostly legacy application) and you need to answer what kind of J2EE technologies are suitable. Most importantly questions are attached to one or more non-functional requirements like performance, maintainability, manageability, scalability etc., So, your answer should address these requirements. Another type of questions just touch up on functional requirements of J2EE technologies.
Example for functional Requirement: you can use a stateless session bean if you do not need to store states specific to one client.
Example for non-functional Requirement: Use a DAO pattern in case an application using BMP needs loose couping.
 
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For mock tests refer:
http://faq.javaranch.com/view?SceaMockTests
 
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