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J2EE patterns for part-1?

 
Sandeep Joshi
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I read in Allen and Bambara's book that "Part 1 of the certification exam requires that you know the GOF Design patterns only" but I think in actual syllabus J2EE patterns are included. So can you please let me know for part-1 how much J2EE patterns are important? what's the weightage for J2EE patterns?
Also I saw , in J2EE patterns following patterns are not covered in that book or also in the most of the pattern links on internate following patterns are not included. so even if J2EE patterns are included for part-1 can I skip following patterns?

1.Context Object
2.Application Controller
3.Application Service
4.Business Object
5.Domain Store
6.Web Service Broker

Thanks in advance,

Sandeep
 
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Sandeep Joshi wrote:I read in Allen and Bambara's book that "Part 1 of the certification exam requires that you know the GOF Design patterns only"

As you noted, this is incorrect. You need to know more that the GOF patterns. (which are Java patterns, but not JEE patterns)

Sandeep Joshi wrote:So can you please let me know for part-1 how much J2EE patterns are important? what's the weightage for J2EE patterns?

There were some questions on this. Nobody can give you the weightage unless they work for Oracle since it isn't published.

Sandeep Joshi wrote:Also I saw , in J2EE patterns following patterns are not covered in that book or also in the most of the pattern links on internate following patterns are not included. so even if J2EE patterns are included for part-1 can I skip following patterns?

1.Context Object
2.Application Controller
3.Application Service
4.Business Object
5.Domain Store
6.Web Service Broker

All of those patterns are covered in Cade/Sheil. I wouldn't assume they are out of scope. In fact a couple seem like core patterns to me and I can't believe they aren't in your book.
 
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Thanks a lot Jeanne for reply. The book I am talking about is Allen and Bambara where those patterns are not covered either in scenario and solution but yes those patterns are included in Cade/Sheil. When I looked into Core J2EE Pattern Catalog then I saw the patterns I indicated label as NEW.
I think that's why the links I was talking about couldn't locate them (may be those are old links)

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Sandeep Joshi wrote:When I looked into Core J2EE Pattern Catalog then I saw the patterns I indicated label as NEW.
I think that's why the links I was talking about couldn't locate them (may be those are old links)

They were new when Core J2EE Pattern Catalog was written in 2003. Incidentally, some of the JEE patterns are obsolete in JEE 6.
 
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