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Madhu Juneja
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How much of jms knowledge is required for the exam.
Also, any help on examples / tutorials please.
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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madhu , please look at this thread for more information.
I hope this will be useful.

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John Wetherbie
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You don't need to know a whole lot. If you study the first 2 or 3 sections of the JMS spec you should know enough for the test.
I don't know of any tutorials but if you search the web you will probably be able to find some.
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Bidyut Padhi
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Hi Madhu
Donot Forget to Concentrat on Asynchronous & Synchronous Messaging. You will get all the stuffs in jms doc specification which is available in sun web site.
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Madhu Juneja
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Will just reading the jms specs (2 or 3 sections) and sync/async messaging do for the exam ? Should I write examples on j2ee 1.3 to understand the entire stuff ?
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Madhu Juneja
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Thanks all. I have downloaded jms specs. I think from this specs chapters 2, 5, 6 are important from exam point of view.
Please inform if any other chapters are also necessary.
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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Madhu , If you are india , then you can go for o'reilley / spd 's book on jms. It is very cheap . It is good reference apart from the JMS Specs.
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