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Passed IBM 158 - 75%

 
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Well, it was hard.
Thank you guys for the information regarding test preparation and for Lond Post. It was very helpful.
Andrei Montchik.
[ April 04, 2003: Message edited by: Andrei Montchik ]
 
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Hi!
 
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Hi! Andrei,
Congrats!
I appeared for IBM 158 and failed by 1 question. I have a few doubts.
I am not very confident on WAS and WSAD topics. From where shud I read them?
Also Section - 3, Develop clients that access the enterprise components is a major concern. Plz suggest.
I would be grateful if u post ur score breakup.
bye.
Sachin
 
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Congratulations !
 
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Well done & Congratulations!
 
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Congrats Andrei Montchik
 
Andrei Montchik
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Thank you, gentlemen.
Sachin, to prepare for WAS/WSAD questions, I would suggest you to install these applications and try to develop and deploy something like 'Hello World' with EJB. You may take a look at Kyle Brown 'Websphere 4.0 AEs Workbook'. This is WAS extension to the EJB bible ('Enterprise JavaBeans' Richard Monson) examples. I would not say that Kyle's book was very helpful, but at least it describes how to install WAS adopted examples from 'bible'.
By the way, there were not very much WAS/WASD specific questions in my exam. In fact, I can hardly remember any of them, sorry.
Pay an attention at WAS classpath, where to place a jar file, shared between different deployed applications.
Pay an attention at best practices, it is in IBM Infocenter.
Score:
1. - 87%
2. - 80%
3. - 75%
4. - 100%
5. - 50%
6. - 50%
7. - 100%
8. - 75%
Good look,
Andrei.
[ April 09, 2003: Message edited by: Andrei Montchik ]
 
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Congrats !
By the way, are you from SPb ?
 
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Originally posted by Pawel Bobrow:
Congrats !
By the way, are you from SPb ?


Thanx, man.
Net, I am from Vrn.
 
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congrats!
 
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Congratulations!! Well done!!
 
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Congratulations
 
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