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Hi,
Can someone tell me if I need to cover the details of message driven beans for Part 1?
Also, has anyone who has sat the exam, had a question where they had to identify a design pattern, based soley on its UML?
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Can someone tell me if I need to cover the details of message driven beans for Part 1?


No, you don't need to read that.


Also, has anyone who has sat the exam, had a question where they had to identify a design pattern, based soley on its UML?


Yes, I got one such question.
 
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How about EJB version. Is it EJB 1.1 or 2.0 ?
B'cos we might have read CMR, if EJB 2.0
 
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Again, I have not seen any version-specific EJB questions. Nothing about 2.0 in particular. No questions on local interfaces or MDBs. Focus on concepts, stay within the stated objectives and you should be fine.
 
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