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Matching exam objectives to the EJB2 specification

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As an aid to revision Im trying to write a study guide. Im basing this on the EJB2 specification. Right now Im trying to make a rough draft by matching the various objectives to sections in the specification.
Id like to open this for dicussion, because if we all chip in, we'll all get a good idea of what to cover. When I refer to objectives, Im refering to the objectives supplied in the .pdf file "BCD_Objectives_Final.pdf" that was supplied with the exam voucher that you would have received by email.
I'll kick it off with the following:
Objective 1.1
Enterprise Javabeans Specification v2.0, section 1.2
Enterprise Javabeans Specification v2.0, Chapter 2
Objective 1.2
Enterprise Javabeans Specification v2.0, section 24.2
Objective 1.3
Enterprise Javabeans Specification v2.0, section 24.1.2
If you agree or disagree with what I have here, or if you have more references for the objectives or ideas for the other objectives, add them on to this thread.
(I hope one day the forum software will include a grammar/spelling checker... Im having to edit all my posts nowadays! )
[ May 24, 2003: Message edited by: Mark Fletcher ]
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