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J2EE 5 Architect Exam Study Guide

J2EE 5 Architect Exam Study Guide

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Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE 5 (CX-310-052)
SCEA 5 Study Guide By Adel Almoshaigah
Released on 16-1-2010
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE 5 (CX-310-052)
SCEA 5 Study Guide By Adel Almoshaigah
Released on 16-1-2010

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Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for the Java Platform,Enterprise Edition 5 (Step 1 of 3) (CX-310-052)
Delivered atAuthorized Worldwide Prometric TestingCenters (Register  online.) PrerequisitesNoneOther exams/assignments requiredfor this certificationStep 2 (CX-310-301A) &Step 3 (CX-310-062)Exam typeMultiple choice & and drag-n-drop Number of questions64Pass score57%(i.e. 37 out of 64 questions)Time limit120 minutes(i.e. 1 min & 52 sec for each question)
Software Life cycle
To define a software product, you will have the following 2 types of requirements:1)Business requirements
2)
Quality of service requirements (aka
capabilities
are constraint or thenonfunctional and observable system qualities
)In the requirement phase, what the product is to do is defined.In the design phase, how the product is to be done is specified in term of high levelsystem architecture (components and interfaces among these components) and low leveldesign of each component spelled in algorithms and data structure regardless of the used programming language.
 The key difference between the terms
architecture
and
design
is in the level of details. Architecture operates at a high level of abstraction with less detail. Design operates at a low level of abstraction,obviously with more of an eye to the details of implementation.
In implementation phase, the coding is done.In verification phase, various kind of testing like requirement/interface/unit/regressing(sanity) tests are performed.In the maintenance phase, the product is deployed in the operation and maintained untilits retirements.
Section 3
0. Introduction (7 pages)
 

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