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Well no problems with test (from a crashing on dnd questions point of view). Some of it was dead easy and other bits were dead hard ..
As suggested I recommend looking heavily into
EJBQL (atleast 5+ question on this .. one in which I had no clue)
Also watch the structure of sentences in the questions .. this will lead to some confusion at times ..
Otherwise I quite enjoyed it and hope I pass ..
PS Man the spec is dry .. I couldnt read it ..
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I took the exam some hours ago. I encountered the 'out of resource' error on drag and drop questions. Before the error occurs, I have answer several drag and drop questions successfully. However, after I finished a drag and drop question about EJB-QL, the error come up in the immediately succeeding drag and drop question. After that, all subsequent drag and drop questions cannot be answered, the total is 8. Besides forcing you to give up the drag and drop questions, the error also confined the mouse pointer in a rectangular area which does not cover the 'next', 'previous' buttons. You have to use 'tab' and space bar to page the questions.
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