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OCMJEA for JEE6 passed

 
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Hello Everybody

After 3 months, last june 26, I received an email with the results of the OCMJEA for JEE6 beta exam and I passed with 76%

I received some points of feedback like:

  • Classify security threats to an enterprise application select measures an architect can propose to mitigate them.
  • Identify design patterns that address specific challenges in the web tier, including authentication, authorization, and scaling and clustering to meet demand.
  • Identify techniques associated with declarative and programmatic security, including the use of annotations, deployment descriptors, and JAAS technology.
  • Identify the APIs available for a Java EE technology-based system to communicating with external resources, including JPA, JDBC, RMI, Web Services, JMS, and JCA. Outline the benefits and drawbacks of each approach.
  • and so on


  • Even this is not a great score it has its value due to it was a beta Exam there were no enough resources to study.

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    Congradulations
     
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