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SCEA Part 1 doubts

 
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Hi all,
I have some doubts about SCEA part 1 (CX-310-051). Will be thankful, for your prompt replies.

1. Which EJB Spec referred in this exam?

2. I used Mark Cade book for preparation, but I couldnt find chapter for Applicability of J2EE. Any good resource for this topic alone?

3. I have completed Mark Cade book. But, the book is very short and looks like running notes. Is there any resources or noes that can fill the gap?

Please reply asap.
 
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EJB 1.1 is the spec in use (J2EE 1.2) for the SCEA that you're taking.

For what it's worth - I found the Cade book to be a good resource, assuming you've had some exposure previously to most of the basic concepts. Bear in mind that the exam is over the concepts and does not go into the depth required to do actual development using the technologies. It is very much in the style of running notes, but I found that it worked in this case.
 
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Hi Theodore,

First thanks for your reply. I've gone through EJB 1.1 javadoc. I dont see MDB there. Hope, there wont be a question about MDB and J2EE design patterns in the real exam.

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Originally posted by Manivannan Palanichamy:
Hi Theodore,

First thanks for your reply. I've gone through EJB 1.1 javadoc. I dont see MDB there. Hope, there wont be a question about MDB and J2EE design patterns in the real exam.

thanks



No J2EE design pattern. But you might be questioned on the concept behind a technology like MDB. Asynchronous programming / Services / etc etc
 
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cool. thanks for your reply.
 
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Hi Theodore Casser & John Meyers,

I am sorry to ask this question again. I am really confused about the EJB spec version used in this CX-310-051 exam. Theodore said the EJB spec referred in this exam was 1.1 . Reason for my confusion is, I have gone through some mock exam questions in whizlab simulator, they were based on EJB2.0. So, I wonder whether 310-051 was changed to include EJB2.0. Hope, you guys dont mind clarifying my doubt.

Advanced thanks for your clarification.
 
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Don't worry what the simulators have: the exam is based on EJB 1.1
[ September 23, 2007: Message edited by: chris zielinski ]
 
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thanks chris!
 
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