There are 98 objectives under 18 heads in Oracle o1z0-311 test (Oracle Application Server 10g). You should have a sound knowledge about Oracle Application Server before taking the test. Practicing the following things will make you confident of scoring well in the test:
- Describe the Oracle Application Server. Its components, architecture, tools, and infrastructure.
- Manage the Oracle Internet Directory and its architecture.
- Manage and configure the Oracle HTTP server.
- Configure directives and virtual hosts.
- Manage and configure OracleAS Web Cache.
- Manage and configure OC4J.
Oracle has specified more than seventy-five objectives for 1Z0-031 (Oracle9i Database: Fundamentals I) test, which are grouped under eighteen topics. Before taking the test, one should have good command over the following areas:
- Setting up password file authentication for administrative users.
- Using Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) and its components.
- Creating and managing initialization parameter files.
- Implementing Oracle Managed Files (OMF).
- Starting up and shutting down an Oracle instance.
- Creating a database manually and by using Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA).
- Querying data dictionary.
- Multiplexing and managing control files and online redo log files.
- Creating and altering tablespaces.
- Implementing automatic undo management.
- Creating and altering regular and temporary tables and managing storage structures within them.
This test requires a thorough knowledge of administrative tasks for managing the database for optimal performance. The candidate appearing in this test should have a sound knowledge of various tools available in Oracle9i for managing different issues in the database. This includes identifying contentions and resolving them through the tools. For this purpose, one should practice the following to a good extent:
- Identifying tuning areas through querying the available views.
- Gathering statistics through available tools, such as STATSPACK.
- Using the available GUI tools, such as Instance Manager to resolve contentions.
One should have a good knowledge about RDBMS concepts, SQL, and PL/SQL before taking the 1Z0-001 (Introduction to Oracle: SQL and PL/SQL) test, as this test focuses on one’s capability to design relational databases and write various types of SQL and PL/SQL statements to interact with databases. Practicing the following things will help a candidate to perform well in the test:
- Create tables and link them using different types of constraints.
- Create views, synonyms, and indexes.
- Use the SELECT statement to retrieve rows from tables and views.
- Insert, update, and delete rows from tables.
- Use the WHERE and ORDER BY clauses to restrict and sort rows retrieved by SELECT statements.
Q. What are the prerequisites for the EK0-002 exam?
A. There are no prerequisites for the EK0-002 exam. However, a candidate is recommended to have an experience of twelve months in the e-business field.
Q. In which language is the exam available?
A. The exam is available in Japanese and Korean languages.
Q. What are the objectives of the exam?
A. Visit the following link to view the objectives of the EK0-002 exam:
Objectives You will have to fill up a form and select the exam. Then click the Get Exam Objective button.
Q. What is the pre-requisite for taking the CompTIA A+ 220-604 test?
A. There is no prerequisite for taking the test 220-604. Passing the CompTIA A+ 220-604 and CompTIA A+ Essential test is required to achieve the A+ 2006 certification as a Certified A+ Depot Technician.
Q. What certificate does it provide?
A. The test 220-604 is one of two tests required to achieve the A+ 2006 certification as an Certified A+ Depot Technician.
The CompTIA test 220-604 (A+ Depot Technician) is meant for individuals who work or intend to work in an environment with limited customer interaction where hardware related activities are emphasized. This test measures an individual’s ability to install, configure, and troubleshoot hardware on a computer. Before taking the 220-604 test, you should practice the following:
- Identify the name of different parts in a computer and their functions and characteristics.
- Install the motherboard in the computer case.
- Identify the components on the motherboard, such as hard disk controller, floppy disk controller, CMOS chip, expansion slots, etc.
- Install and remove memory modules on the motherboard.
- Install add-on cards, such as display card, sound card, internal modem, etc., on the motherboard.
- Install device drivers for add-on cards installed on the motherboard.
The CX310-035 (Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform 1.4) test checks your ability to use the basic syntax and structure of the Java programming language. This test requires you to have a good understanding of the Java language and the capability to write code for well-defined design applications. For this purpose, along with studying books and taking various practice tests, you should also practice with Java. While practicing with Java, you can learn a lot of things that are of great importance from the test point of view. The test asks all sorts of tricky questions that you might not consider in the real world. Practicing the following things with Java will make you confident enough of scoring well in the test:
- Write code that declares, constructs, and initializes arrays of any base type using any of the permitted forms both for declaration and for initialization.
- Write code using if and switch statements.
- Write code using all forms of loops including labeled and unlabeled, using break and continue statements.
- Write code that makes proper use of exceptions and exception handling clauses (try, catch, finally).
- Write code that makes proper use of assertions.
- Write code that explicitly makes objects eligible for garbage collection.
- Write code to invoke overridden or overloaded methods and parental or overloaded constructors.
The CX310-066 (Sun Certified Programmer for the Java Platform, Standard Edition 6 Upgrade Exam) checks your real ability as a programmer. In fact, it is totally scenario based rather than knowledge based. The prerequisite for the test is that you must have successfully completed the previous version of the Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform exam. This test requires you to have a good understanding of the Java language and the capability to write code for well-defined design applications. For this purpose, along with studying books and taking various practice tests, you should also practice with Java. There will be less number of direct questions, and more questions of ‘find the output’ type. Drag-n-Drop questions will test your hold on your knowledge in writing code. A good number of questions will be based on new topics added to the language in J2SE 5 and J2SE 6 versions. These topics are as follows: generics, autoboxing/unboxing, covariant return, variable length arguments, static import, enums, Console class, NavigableSet, NavigableMap, and for-each loop. Although not many direct questions will be there in the test, practicing them will help clear your fundamentals. You should practice the following things with Java to be confident enough to score well in the test:
- Write code that declares, constructs, and initializes arrays of any base type using any of the permitted forms, both for declaration and for initialization.
- Write code using the if and switch statements.
Q. What are the prerequisites for the SCJP 1.6 upgrade exam?
A. Before taking the SCJP 1.6 upgrade exam, you must first pass the SCJP exam in any of the earlier versions of SCJP (CX310-025 or CX310-035 or CX310-055).
Q. How should I start preparing for the exam?
A. To start preparing for the exam, you need to download the development kit (JDK 1.6) from Sun’s official website . You can also download the documentation from the website. Passing the exam needs a lot of practice.