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Are these books helpful for OCMJEA version 6?

 
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Hi, all.
Are these book still useful for version 6 ?
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (2nd Edition) by Mark Cade, Humphrey Sheil and
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (Exam 310-051)
 
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They are useful for what they cover. You'll need to supplement them for version 6 specific topics though. Unfortunately, I haven't seen any books yet for version 8 of the exam.
 
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Hi, Jeanne. Thanks for your information.
Do I need to know EJB and Java ServerFaces before I prepare for the exam ?
I know some GoF design patterns and I am taking the web service developer exam now. I assume knowing this may help a little bit.
 
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YOu need to know EJB and JSF at a high level. What they are good for; pros and cons; how to design; etc. You do not need to know how to code them for the architect exam.
 
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