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Book for SCEA - II(310-051)

 
Shankar Ganguly
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Hi,

I have cleared SCEA Part - I (97%) and am planning for SCEA - II (310 - 052).

Is there any book available for SCEA - II with sample problem and total solution (including analysis, assumptions, diagrams and documentations)? I am not searching for a book on design pattern or UML diagrams, but of a book with total solutions.

I have made some searches but could not find any such book. May be the book (http://www.epractizelabs.com/scea-exam-part23.html) serve the purpose. Any feedback on this? I did not find any feedback of this book in other threads also. If there is any one, please guide me to the same.
 
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Read the reviews on epractizelabs. Check the SCJA version of the epractizelabs and you'll know what you're getting.

Buyer beware.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
Ådne Brunborg
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Originally posted by Shankar Ganguly:
Hi,

I have cleared SCEA Part - I (97%) and am planning for SCEA - II (310 - 052).

Is there any book available for SCEA - II with sample problem and total solution (including analysis, assumptions, diagrams and documentations)? I am not searching for a book on design pattern or UML diagrams, but of a book with total solutions.



The Cade book has a sample assignment solution - but note that this book was made for the previous version of the certification.

You wont find the total solution to part II in a book - this is the part where you show your skills as a solution architect. Analyse the problem presented, and design the solution based on your understanding of the problem.

If your analytical skills need sharpening, I recommend reading Domain Driven Design. This is neither a "total solution" or a textbook in Design Patterns or UML, but it is a good read.
 
Piotr Uryga
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Originally posted by Shankar Ganguly:
I am not searching for a book on design pattern or UML diagrams, but of a book with total solutions.


As Adne stated there isn't a book describing total solution. Cade's book is the best You can get, but You won't find any assumptions, design choices etc. in it.
SCEA is different kind of certification than f.e. SCWCD. You can't get "SCEA book", made through all the chapters, do all exercises and... bang! get 100% complete solution for Your assignment.

On SCEA assignment You'll have to prove, that You can understand requirements, that You have analytical skills, that You know J2EE components and know how and when to use them, etc.
People say that You have to prove that You can architect Your own solution and You're experienced architect

Good luck with coming up with Your own solution



P.S. I'd recommend digging through older JavaRanch topics to get a feeling how people before You approached f.e. assumptions docs, component diagram (one or many), class diagram (changing BDOM, showing or not things like transfer objects,...).
 
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