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I am planning to give this certification exam.could anyone help me out with study notes,mock exams.How are the simulators for the preparation.Kindly let me know.
 
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Hi Clyde,
Please check out our SCBCD Links page that provides pointers to useful resources.
Don't hesitate to come back here and ask questions
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How r the commercial exam simulators.Mainly whizlabs.Do i need
to get these simulators in order to clear the exam or with whatever
available(notes,free mock tests and questions) i'll be able to
clear the certification.
 
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Andrew Monkhouse, one of our moderators, has had the chance to evaluate Whizlabs' SCBCD exam simulator and will soon post a review in Javaranch's toolshed.
Good luck
 
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I am preparing to give my certification.Have weblogic 5.1 installed on my machine.I want to get hands on experience in the practical aspect also.Creations beans and knowing the programming structure.Should i upgrade to another application server.Which is a better server as far as certification and learning goes on.Just need to get to start learning and implementing with the examples.Kindly help.
 
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Originally posted by clyde melly:
I am preparing to give my certification.Have weblogic 5.1 installed on my machine.I want to get hands on experience in the practical aspect also.Creations beans and knowing the programming structure.Should i upgrade to another application server.Which is a better server as far as certification and learning goes on.Just need to get to start learning and implementing with the examples.Kindly help.


The exam tests you in knowledge and understanding of the specification and *not* to particular app server. So you can use whichever you want.
I think head first EJB uses the Sun Reference Implementation.
 
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Hi thanx.Can u give me the sun link to the one u mentioned.
 
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You can download the J2EE Reference implementation from here http://java.sun.com/j2ee/download.html
You might also find this tutorial helpful.
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/EJBIntro/exercises/SetupJ2EERI/
 
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Have installed blazix server on my PC.Is it ok to work on this server as far as the certification and working on ejb goes along??
 
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It doesn't matter which EJB server you are using as long as the server is EJB 2.0 compatible.
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Blazix server supports only EJB 1.1 specification.
 
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