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Help: IBM 158 Exam pass outs (Axel , Bruce)

 
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Hi ,
We are praparing for IBM EXAM 158.
we have some queries about the topics and study material etc.
I know you will be happy to guide your fellow ranchers.
Your guidance will be greatly appriciated.
Folks Please reply to this post with queries
and we will wait for reply from all passouts
Thanks,
Mohit
 
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Hi!
It'll be great if Axel,Bruce and other 158 pass outs help us out in our prep.
I've a few queries :
1. Do we need to read specs for EJB,servlet,JSP's?
Will it be helpful? I mean it is the question of time and effort. So is it worth going through all the specs?
2. Please suggest the materials for the following sections.
* Develop clients that access the enterprise components
* Demostrate understanding of database connectivity & connection pooling within WAS
* Handle EJB Transaction issues
regards,
Hemanth
 
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