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Hi Guys,

I have completed SCJP certification and now planning to write SCEA. I have 1yr of experience in Java/J2EE.
Can any of you guys let me know how to start with SCEA preparation?
Do i need to have any practical/working experience on web services or EJB for writing the exam?

Please clarify. Thanks in advance.
 
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You need to have good exposure to EJB, webservices and the topics covered in the exam to get the best out of it. You also need basic knowledge of JSF.

Why dont you try to complete WCD or BCD instead. When you have more experience implementing the other aspects of java you can give SCEA a shot
 
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Sun Also recommends to have atleast five years of Experience..

read this ..

This exam is designed for candidates with experience in the following areas (typically 5 or more years: Application design: concepts and principles, common architectures, integration and messaging, business-tier technologies, web-tier technologies...

http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-052.xml
 
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