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passed IBM 340 with 71%

 
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Friends:

I got thru the exam. Thank you all for helping me on this forum.

The exam is pretty tricky. There were lots of questions on troubleshooting and also on ND environments. Security questions were straight-forward.

Pls let me know if u have any questions w.r.t the exam.
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Congrats Jayadev, good score!



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Well done!

What's next?

Nick
 
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Hi,

Great Job. I am happy

Bye,
Viki.
 
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Freinds:

Thank you all. I'm looking to take on 287 and 348 in the next couple of months.

I bought the IBM testing guide for 287. Is that sufficient? I have experience developing enterprise apps on WSAD 5.1. Pls advise.
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congratulations!
 
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I bought the IBM testing guide for 287. Is that sufficient? I have experience developing enterprise apps on WSAD 5.1.


Are you referring to Howard's book? If so, I think it should be enough as it covers all the things you need to know for the WSAD related topics.

As if you have J2EE knowledge, you can handle it without any problems. Otherwise, please read some J2EE related books before taking the exams, like SCWCD Exam Study Kit and Head First EJB.

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Thank you Nicholas. I do have Howard's book. I have cleared SCWCD sometime back. Hence, i assume that going thru Howard's book is enough for the exam. Also, i have Whizlabs' simulator for 287. Do you think that helps at all? I heard on this forum that its of not much help.
 
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Hi Jayadev,

i would say that Howard's book would not be sufficient and that for more complete information, you should read some ibm redbooks, like:
EJB2.0 development with Websphere Studio
Scalability and performance ( i had some questions about clustering, a subject that is not handled in 287's guide)
and Websphere Security.

Just my two cents,
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Cyril.
 
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