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I am java developer engaging most of my work time in the web base application development, which involed in extensive exposure of Jsp, servlet along with asp and cgi tech.
My question is : without much of experience in EJB, how difficult is it to pass this exam?
Any guidance would be highly appreciated!!

 
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If you read the Enterprise Javabeans from O'reilly and really learn the details you should have no problem with the EJB questions on the test. I'd also recommend reading the EJB spec (you can download it from Sun).
Of course, you should do your best to learn about all the areas that the objectives cover!
John
 
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