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Questions on JDBC, JAAS, JAXP, etc in IBM 484

 
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Hi all,
I would like to ask, what focus should I put on the topics of JDBC, JAAS, JAXP, etc, in the exams?
API? Core concepts? Logic? or anything else?
Please advice.
Nick.
[ February 05, 2004: Message edited by: Nicholas Cheung ]
 
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Which exam are you taking about?
 
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from the general experience I have with ibm exams I am trying to get some as solid as possible knowledge about core concepts.
Maybe someone who allready had taken the examen might drop a hint.
There are some links in study material section of exam on IBM page.
I find especially JAAS quite an huge topic.
 
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Hi Axel,
Agree,if reading that spec. However, my friend told me that around 60% of questions are asking for JSP, Servlet and EJB. Only a few on those topics in the "post title".
Nick.
 
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Hi Pradeep,
I am talking about 484.
Nick.
 
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