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Question about the J2EE Exam Simulator - Application Servers

 
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Does the exam simulator (and J2EE exam!) require any knowledge of any specific versions of the application server?


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[ September 27, 2005: Message edited by: Dave Salter ]
 
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the exams (and exam simulators ) test your knowledge of the spec.
not a specific vendors implementation.

Reading the EJB 2.0 spec was the most difficult read since college.
 
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Actually, the difficulty for 484 is that you have to know lots of technologies. In addition to the core J2EE part, like JSPs, Servlets and EJB, you have to know JDBC, JNDI, JCA, JAAS as well.

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Hi,

Have anyone come across any good study material for JCA? If so, could you please let me know of those?

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Have anyone come across any good study material for JCA? If so, could you please let me know of those?


You could try this:
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/java/edu/j-dw-javajca-i.html

Acutally, there are only 1-2 questions for this topic, so, you might not need to spend much time on it, if you solely focus on the exam.

Nick
 
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Thanks Nick. I shall go through the IBM material.
 
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