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Depth of EJB

 
Chee
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HI ALL
Can anyone who has cleared the architect exam tell me what level or depth of EJB have to be covered before appearing for this exam. Do I have to study both 1.0 & 1.1 specification.
Are the questions are from the specification or a practical scenario where in one need to give the solution to it.
Thanks in advance
Cheers..Johnson
 
Anil Vupputuri
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Im not an Architect, but i heard u need to have good theoritical knowledge with little bit of deployment exp. in EJB can make u clear EJB section in JCEA. I prefer Ed Roman's EJB book, which can be downloadable at resources in www.theserverside.com

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shailesh sonavadekar
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Johnson , Architect exam will definitely be the exam testing the depth. Please visit Sun Educational services & read the obectives of the exam clearly. It will clear a lot of your doubts. It will also give you fair amount of Idea , whether Depth is required or not. Plus , do see the sample questions on the site. That will remove slightest of the doubt in your mind.
GO through those things first & Start preapring with depth. It will be great help for future.
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Ajith Kallambella
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I think being able to use EJBs to solve the problem at hand matters more than anything. ie., if you can answer why EJBs should be used and how they should be used ( with reference to the problem ) then you're good to go!
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