Srinivas Palam wrote:Congrats Sergio.
I am also planning to take OCMJEA 6. Can you please tell us which books you have referred etc .... This will help others who are planning to take the test.
Mike Degteariov wrote:In my case, it took even less - I wrote an essay at around noon on Saturday and received an email from Oracle at 6AM next Tuesday. It's less than 3 days.
Mathieu Mani wrote:Hi folks,
I got oracle passing results email this morning, got 147/160.
Thank you all ranchers for your help !
Read the topics discussed in this forum has helped me a lot to improve my assignment.
For these who intend to pass OCMJEA exams, here are my tips:
- Do not just study to pass the exams but to acquire knowledge on Java EE, this will allow you to find out solutions or crack even the most diffcult issues or questions
- Part 1: Cade & Sheil, Amritendu De and OCM Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Exam Guide (Exams 1Z0-807, 1Z0-865 & 1Z0-866) are the books to use
- Part 2 & 3 : Focus on creating the best business design, architecture artifacts that solve your business problem
- Part 2 & 3 : be very specific, clear and concise.
Good luck !
K. Tsang wrote:Don't really understand why you think the given domain model is wrong.
But take note that a multiple (*) relationship is really mean 0 to M. Also you need to know which side is the owner. In below example, A is the owner.
1 A does M B
0 A does M B
M A does M B
Do saying the above make sense?
K. Tsang wrote:Hi Sergio
Will there be a class that does logging explicitly? If so yes your sequence diagram will need to refer it.
If you are using a external library like Log4J for logging, then no need to mention in class or sequence diagram.
Similarly if you are doing logging as a filter then no need.