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Thank you, you have provided valuable info to me.

Thanks again!!
Hi Ranchers,

Please help me understand the below issue.

I am also very confused about where to show the Security and JMS related concepts, i am clear about the class diagrams where we specify the attributes of a particular subject, for example, i look for the nouns in the description and make them as class and identify the attributes of these classes. then i try to find out the relationship between these objects(classes).

Like you said after identifying these i'll look through the use cases and understand the flow and create the sequence diagram.

In the sequence diagram i'll specify the flow of a request from the UI layer -> web layer -> business layer -> integration layer -> domain layer (please correct me if i am wrong)

i am somewhat clear about these above 2 tasks

but after this you mentioned that we should do the component diagram and then the deployment diagram.

so my question is in which diagram should i depict Security, JMS etc., should they be part of component diagram?

i am asking these simple questions as time is of essence once i download the assignment and if i am stuck, i doubt i'd be able to complete.

Thanks you!
I am also very confused about where to show the Security and JMS related concepts, i am clear about the class diagrams where we specify the attributes of a particular subject, for example, i look for the nouns in the description and make them as class and identify the attributes of these classes. then i try to find out the relationship between these objects(classes).

Like you said after identifying these i'll look through the use cases and understand the flow and create the sequence diagram.

In the sequence diagram i'll specify the flow of a request from the UI layer -> web layer -> business layer -> integration layer -> domain layer (please correct me if i am wrong)

i am somewhat clear about these above 2 tasks

but after this you mentioned that we should do the component diagram and then the deployment diagram.

so my question is in which diagram should i depict Security, JMS etc., should they be part of component diagram?

Thanks you!



So for example, i download the assignment and go through it once, & lets say i got vague idea about which J2ee technologies to use

for eg: EJB, JPA & JSF vs JSP, JMS, WebServices, how do i verify that i am on right track.

should i first start from DAO layer -> Middleware layer-> Business Layer -> UI layer.

do you have any suggestions, please let me know.

I work full time and unable to find enough time to go through every detail, but i do have broad understanding of all of the J2EE technologies, given a task i can find my way to the solution.

Thanks in advance.
Thanks K. Tsang,

The list of books to read for Part 2 & 3 given in SEAFaq link is huge, I read all these books in bits and pieces from time to time, do i need to read them thoroughly in order to pass these exams or just refer them when needed.?

Thanks in Advance.
Hi,

I am planning to buy the Part 2 exam of Oracle Java Architect exam.

I need some help understanding the 2nd part of the exam. below are my questions

1. How detailed is the description of the assignment.
2. do they give use cases of the project
3. do they give any db schema or do we have to create it, if we create it, do we have to submit the schema as well.

Thanks in advance
Hi,

I have cleared my Oracle Java Architect exam Part I and planning to prepare for Part 2.

Please give me suggestions or any existing links on this forum about this.


Thanks in Advance.
i read in some forums that if i have knowledge of administering the hadoop eco system, it will be helpful to troubleshoot any MapReduce issues, so i thought it might be useful

4 years ago
Hi

I am planning prepare for Hadoop Developer and admin exams

i have good java experience, but not a whole lot of unix experience for this exam how much of unix OS concepts are required?

Thanks in Advance.
4 years ago
Hey John,

appologies i did'nt check this forum for quite some time.
Thanks for the suggestions i already made Tom White my best buddy
i started read Hadoop: The Definitive guide, it seems to be great source for Hadoop.

yet to meet my another new friend Eric Sammers,

Thanks guys & best of luck in preparing for this exam.
4 years ago
Good Luck & Wish you all the best !!
Thanks Joe, Adesh & Koilraj !!!
Congratulations Aditya !!!

Can you please let us know about your experience in preparing for Part 2 & 3.

Thanks!