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hi
i wanted to know what exactly are we supposed to know in design pattern for the exam .i read somewhere that we're supposed to know defination of each and every pattern and which pattern is applied for EJBHome interface with EJB Bean class and others.
what exactly is meant by that ?
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Lakshmi
 
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Hi,
I guess you dont need to know about specific classes. They will describe a scenario and you need to select the best design pattern for that scenario.
for Ex:
You have a set of data that represents the history of price of certain stocks. You are required to present this information in different ways like graphs or simple text etc. to end users.
Which design pattern would be most suitable to handle such requirement?
Ans: MVC
Thanks!
Satish Kolli, SCJP2
 
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hi
Thanks for the reply .i would like to know where i could get information about variou design patterns like mvc,Value objets etc .could u suggest me a link or a book where i could get these concepts and examples too.
thanks
lakshmi
 
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Well, the best place I know to look is the book:
Core J2EE Patterns by Alur, Crupi, Malks
ISBN: 0-13-064884-1
The low-cost (free) solution, is to look at :
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/patterns/

James
 
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Good link James....
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satish kolli
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I guess Kens/Miftahs notes is good enough for the exam.
Thanks!
Satish Kolli, SCJP2
 
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