Mikalai Zaikin SCEA 5 Study Guide (The Security Part)
Notes from the Sun SL425 course
The Architecture Part of Mastering JavaServer Faces
and I practiced with Whizlabs Mocks.
Questions are generally very large but time was not an issue for me.
I had very few short questions. There are almost all like "ABC Inc. wants to migrate...."
- a lot of Web Service questions (for me, the most difficult part)
- a lot of patterns questions (I was almost well prepared and it was not a problem)
- some security questions
- some web/JSF questions
- one CORBA question
- no UML
The main issue, for me, was that, in the list of answers, one is obviously false but the others are all technically possible.
It was sometimes hard to select the "best" choice.
And for me, the complexity of the questions was not far from the Whizlabs' mock exam:
In the Whizlabls' Practice exams, I obtained 73%, 84% and 80%. And 81% in the final exam.
...Not far from my 78%.
Thanks a lot to all the ranchers for your help.
And now... Let's go to Part 2 !
Did you get any question related with EJB3.0 or EJB2.0 vs EJB3.0, JPA?
Benoît de Chateauvieux
posted 10 years ago
I saw some questions about EJB. Not a lot...
Nothing about implementation.
And a lot of EJB-related questions like Transactions, Security, Roles, applicability of MDB, etc.
For all of those points, my SCBCD experience was very useful.
I didn't have anything about EJB2.
And I don't remember having answered to JPA questions.
Benoît de Chateauvieux wrote:
From an larger "integration" point of view, this article from IBM was useful for me: it gives you the keys for choosing among WS, JMS and JCA.
For the Integration & Messaging sections..and specifically the objectives 1 and 3 (sun site) ..will you recommend that the above ibm link?
Also the Chapter 6 of the paul Allen study guide covers the Legacy Connectivity ..do you think we need to cover this indepth ?
To repeat what others have said, requires education, to challenge it , requires brains.
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