Originally posted by Deepak Bala:
I remember having to go through the same set of questions
Here is what I considered to come to a conclusion
* If we maintain sessions in the HTTP session scope, how would a rich client maintain session
* What will be the impact on scalability and performance if stateful session beans are used.
I had to ponder on those two questions for a while before coming to a conclusion. Good luck with your design
Originally posted by dhruboj kayal:
if you need colocated architecture do you think that EJB is required?
Originally posted by wang andrew:
If there is no mention of non web clients, then go http session.
Since performance is paramount requirement, why don't you choose web ejb co-located architecture?
Originally posted by Suresh Panneer Selvam:
As I understand from you guys, SCEA 5 part II exam is assignment. Can you please tell some more details about how it is this exam? Will I download problem from Sun site, solve and then upload back into sun it or something else?
ITIL V3,SCJP, SCBCD, SCWCD, SCEA 5 Part I.
Originally posted by Daniel Pariser:
Hmm, good question. As said, the practice question had mostly only one valid answer and this was in many cases the only feasible answer. You could very easily guess the correct answer once you familiarized with the asking style. This was not the case in the real exam. In the real exam, most questions had more than one answer, which made this a lot harder. The 2 minutes per question is hardly enough time to read and fully understand the question.
That said and looking back I think the epractice was a good place to familiarize with the style of the questions in order to not be shocked in the real exam.
Originally posted by Paren Parikh:
When you said that questions were scenario based so out of the 64 questions how many were scenario based ? All ? or 50 %?
Any input is highly appreciated..
Originally posted by Vijayagopalan Raveendran:
I took the exam on June 27 2008, scored 62%, below my expectation.
The exam was a real tough one in the my certification series with sun.
Was really tested in the areas which I thought I was very strong.
I completed my other SUN certifications in 1HR, this one took almost 2HR to complete.
Really one has to study well and understand the concepts very clearly
Architectures & NFRs
Having prepared with out much assistance, the score did not matter to me.
Getting ready for the Part 2