Originally posted by Sanjay Joshi:
Whew! What a relief! I had to study EJBs completely from ground up when I realized that that was the most important component of the exam. Thanks to Axel Janssen and Robert Laflamme for posting the results of the online Test.
Originally posted by Guharaman J:
Section 6 - Develop J2EE components with IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer for Windows, V4.0.3
a. Use WebSphere Studio Application Developer to develop J2EE software components
b. Use WebSphere Studio Application Developer to test, debug and export J2EE components
What material do u suggest for this objective ? The 158 test is based on WSAD, hence no objective mentions about Visual Age for Java.
How does Visual Age fit into the scheme of things ?
How does WSAD fit into the scheme of things ?
Does being familiar with Visual Age for Java suffice ? Or do we need to be familiar with WSAD as well ?
Also can u give us the objective wise percentile weightage, how many questions were there and the pass percentage too
Originally posted by Prabu Swami:
From the book list above, I downloaded
1. EJB Development with VisualAge for Java for WebSphere Application Server
I just browsed it, I found that this book talks about VisualAge 3.5 and EJB 1.0
But the Objectives are about EJB 1.1 and WSAD 4.0.3.
Could you advice me the amount of concentartion needed on this book with respect to the test 158.
[ October 17, 2002: Message edited by: Prabu Swami ]
Originally posted by Sanki Chan:
can u please tell me what all tools I need to try any project...I have used tomcat4.0 for my SCWCD exam...WAS is an application server where u deploy ur code...but where do u develop EJB's, JSP's and Servelts, and HTML pages...
Thanks in advance and eagerly awaiting ur reply.