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How much of EJB knowledge is required?

 
alex zhanov
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Anybody who took an exam could comment on an depth of knowledge needed for an Exam?
Thanks,
Alex
 
Brett Knapik
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I have not taken the exam, but you should know the objective off the back of your hand most likely. I am guessing you should know that not only the 'when' and 'how' about EJB's but the 'why' and the advantages over some other method.
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Anil Vupputuri
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Im not a architect, but good theoritical knowledge and little bit of deployment exp. on EJB with trouble shooting is enough to clear EJB section in SCEA.For ejb reference,
U can download ejb book in www.theserverside.com

and goto www.sun.com/developers/edu/camps/j2ee.html
for a tutorial on EJB.
Anil
 
John Wetherbie
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See this post for some thoughts on what depth of knowledge is needed.
John
 
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