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Bit Hard Exam for me

 
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Hi Ranchers,
I took the exam just now. To every one's surprise i didn't have any exposure to EJB 2.0 and luckily no problems in Registering for the Exam.
Thanks a lot for ranchers.
I put lots of effort to read the specs and Ed Roman's Second Edition.
I felt i took much time to read and understand the questions since the formation of the questions were bit tough.
DnD questions took much time. I think who are working with EJB 2.0 Specs closely will not have any problem in getting got good Score.
As others felt Spec is the most important guide for this exam as there is noting out of scope of the spec. But please prepare to your own notes when you read the specs. This will be very useful to you and others to have quick reference.
I think still I need to know and study more about Transactions, Security and CMR.
Any way I learnt a lot during this preparation.
Wat more 2 say,
Karthi.
 
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