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Design Patterns - OCMJEA

 
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Hi All,

How to remember all design pattern benefits? Can I expect questions on pattern benefits? Please let me know.

Thanks
 
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Design patterns are tough to memorize per se. For the exam, you should recognize such and such characteristic go with such and such pattern. Benefits (as in pros and cons) ... not many (at least for the v5 exam).

When I studied patterns, I made a list of the pattern names, class diagram, purpose, advantages and disadvantages. It acts like a summary.
 
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Thanks for your reply. Are there any websites for sample questions for practice? Can anyone suggest or direct me to mock exams websites whether they are free or cost related.
 
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I put all patterns in my resume and read it every day.

I used this mock exam epractizelabs
 
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Do we have J2EE Patterns for OCMJEA-6 exam?

--- MVC
--- Business Delegate
--- Composite Entity
--- Data Access Object
--- Front Controller
--- Intercepting Filter
--- Service Locator
--- Transfer Object
 
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Yes.

->presentation tier
.Interceptig Filter
.Front Controller
.Context Object
.Application Controller
.View Helper
.Composite View
.Service to Worker
.Dispatcher View

->businees tier
.Business Delegate
.Service Locator
.Session Fa├žade
.Application Service
.Business Object
.Composite Entity
.Transfer Object
.Transfer Object Assembler
.Value List Handler

-> Integration tier
.Data Access Object
.Service Activator
.Domain Store
.Web Service Broker
 
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