Mithun Azhagappan

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It was actually a last minute stint for me . But all came out good. Thanks to all java ranchers for helping me out . Trust me Java Ranch Rocks !!

Test: Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition Technology Part II (310-061)
Date Taken: 2009-01-22 10:05:41.490
Registration Number: r1asyd570d
Site: iih99
Grade: P
Score: 85
Comment: n/aThis report shows the total points that could have been awarded in each section and the actual amount of points you were awarded. This information is provided in order to give you feedback on your relative strengths on a section basis. The maximum number of points you could have received is 100, minimum to pass is 70. Class Diagram (44 maximum) .......................... 38 Component Diagram (44 maximum) ...................... 35 Sequence/Colloboration Diagrams (12 maximum) ........ 12
I would assume that this is for scea 5 as Scea for java 2 is discontinued as of Dec 31 2008 .

Now for part 2 SCEA 5 , you can get the voucher from RPS Consulting in Richmond Road. Thats the only place in bangalore who knows the processes about scea part 2 and 3. i wrote my part 3 from here 2 days back and they helped ne download my part 2 assignment couple of months back.

This is their contact . And good luck with your exams

Contact Details :
Paul Dinakar
Sun Learning Centre
Phone: 41494900 Ext 4902
4th Floor, HJS Chambers, No 92, Richmond Road, Bangalore - 560025 | 080-41494900 (Board Line)
[ January 02, 2009: Message edited by: Mithun A ]
Even I got the exact reply today. When I called up Sun Micro office here in bangalore, they told me to talk to -RPS Sun Learning Center (Vaishnavi)

Any idea if this informatino is authentic.

I think Sun should be more responsible ,,, we are paying them more than 500$ for the SCEA exam and they seem too irresponsible.
Today I completed part 1 of scea with a score of 89% .

What wuld be the study materials which i should go thru to prepare myself for part 2 and 3.
Is there some way that I can tell the app server to discover the beans in the same machine... will it in some way help improve my performance so that the beans are been looked up in the same machine.
I have an application which uses EJB1.1 Remote Interfaces. I am tuning the application and i need to make the benefit of Local Interface concept . An i knw that we dont have Local Interface concept for EJB1.1 . And i am not in a position to upgrade the EJB Version. Can I in someway implement local calls between the session beans and entity beans in my JVM .

NB: My app has all the beans in a single Server ( single JVM) .
hi James,

If you have a webstart enabled java application, then any one who wants to use a swing application need to type in the url just like a web app. The url is redirected to a jnlp file which resides in the server . For the first time the jar file for the swing app is downloaded onto ones m/c and the application comes up . From the second times onwards on typing the URL , it checks if the version of the jar file in your local m/c and server matches . If yes , the application is started from the local jar file. Only if the jar file version differs the new jar is downloaded onto your local m/c .


1. By the user has nothing do to start the new application.The webstart will help him keep updated by downloading the latest jar files.
2. The admin does not need to do anything , just that he has to put the latest jar files in the path specified in the jnlp file .
3. This download does not happen every time you start the app in ur m/c.It happens only if the jar file version differs .

Watch out for :
1. Version of the java webstart on local and the version of java used to compile the jar file. It should match.

Sorry for that looong Reply