The Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certification is the advanced level credentials offered by Oracle for Java professionals to work as Technical Architect. Most IT professionals want to complete this certification but many of them have this question; How to pass OCMJEA certification? The detailed answer is given in this article. Just read it!
Whether you know or do not know about OCMJEA certification, please read the below article:
About Java Architect Certification
Okay, now you know what is Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certification (OCMJEA 6) and the exam process. Now, lets start with first step of this certification path.
OCMJEA Step 1, Multiple Choice Exam:
The very important chapter in OCMJEA architect certification is to understand architecture tiers starting from single tier to n-tier. Read the “Tutorial for Java EE Enterprise Application tiers“.
There are plenty of books available for this certification but the best one is Marc Cade’s book. The following study resources are more useful for this exam:
The Java EE 6 Tutorial by Oracle
Real World Java EE Pattern” by Adam Bien
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide (2nd Edition) by Mark Cade and Humphrey Sheil
Real World Java EE Patterns Rethinking Best Practices by Adam Bien.
Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object Oriented Book by Erich Gamma, John Vlissides, Ralph Johnson, and Richard Helm
MyExamCloud’s OCMJEA 6 (1Z0-807) Exam Practice Tests. It has both study notes and mock exams.
Study more about EJB, JSF, JAX-RS, JAX-WS concepts and usage of JPA in persistence tier. Read Java EE 6 tutorial from Oracle’s site to make sure that you are thorough in EJB types (Session, Singleton Session, Message-Driven), web services (JAX-RS, JAX-WS), JPA Query language and criteria query benefits. The MyExamCloud’s Study Note given at OCMJEA 6 (1Z0-807) Exam Practice Tests are the only specific guide for this exam currently available. Refer MyExamCloud’s OCMJEA 6 Assignment Solution Study Plan for Step 2 and Step 3 preparation.
The architect exam is totally different from programmer level exams and it requires lot of practice in order to choose best design solution for the given scenario based questions. Read through the study material once and cover all exam objectives; and then practice and practice more at MyExamCloud.
The OCMJEA Step 1 exam comprises mostly of scenario based questions with incomplete business problem. You need to decide which answer(s) are best suited for the given business problem. Most of the questions are very ticky and you may be confused about multiple correct answers. The real exam has only multiple choice questions and no drag & drop questions.
Good luck for OCMJEA Step 1 Success!
We will discuss more about OCMJEA Step 2 and Step 3 in our next article.
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