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SCJA Query

 
Patrick Punty
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Hi All,
This is my first mail on this group.
I have to give my SCJA on 9ht of this month.
I dont have much information on this please help me out.
The things which i want to ask are
1 > Do we have to write java code there or its objective question set just like SCJP.
2 > I am a newbe to JAVA i dont have this much of extensive knowledge like as there are asking about J2EE ,J2ME,RMI,JNDI,SMTP,JAX-RPC Servlets,Business Tier,EIS Tier e.t.c
Can you tell me to what extent they ask questions or we have to choose among Some sections.I feel I am good in Core Java, so to what extend will CoreJava help me in this.

3 > I will definatly appritiate if you all can help me in giving some more information from ur side on this issue.Like reading materials and all..

Thanks
Patrick Punty
 
Abdulla Mamuwala
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Patrick welcome to the Ranch.

You could get better answers to your question on SCJA , in the SCJA forum, look at Professional Certification, just below developer certification (SCJD).
 
Barry Gaunt
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Yup, moving to SCJA...
[ July 01, 2005: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
 
Nicholas Cheung
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1 > Do we have to write java code there or its objective question set just like SCJP.

No, we dont have to write any codes, but you expect to read lots of codes.


2 > I am a newbe to JAVA i dont have this much of extensive knowledge like as there are asking about J2EE ,J2ME,RMI,JNDI,SMTP,JAX-RPC Servlets,Business Tier,EIS Tier e.t.c
Can you tell me to what extent they ask questions or we have to choose among Some sections.I feel I am good in Core Java, so to what extend will CoreJava help me in this.

You have to know the basic ideas only, for example, under what circumstances we should use EJB, Serlvets, JSPs, Midlets, etc. You have also need to know the basic for Web Services, for example, the usages of Web Services standards (JAX-RPC, UDDI, SOAP, etc).

3 > I will definatly appritiate if you all can help me in giving some more information from ur side on this issue.Like reading materials and all..

There are lots of materials to read, but you dont need to read them too details. For UML related topics, you can refer to:
UML guide
For other topics, you can read the corresponding tutorials from SUN.

Remember, you have to read the high-level ideas only, you dont have to read down to API levels, except Core Java related topics.

Nick
 
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