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Valentin Crettaz' Cheat Sheets

 
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Hello,
I am using Valentin's cheat sheets in preparing for the SCBCD... His cheat sheets can be found at:
http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/cheatsheets.html
My question is when it shows a section number and the particular part in the spec, does it mean to only include that part in our notes?
For example, under EJB Overview, it states:
1.3 -> 24.1.2
Under the EJB 2.0 spec, does 24.1.2 mean:
1.3 Programming Restrictions (pages 494 - 496 in the EJB 2.0 spec)?
Does everything from section 24.1.2 have to be covered in our notes?
Are these cheat sheets based on the EJB 2.0 spec, exclusively?
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My spec-objective mapping is based on the EJB 2.0 specification but it is not at all authoritative. It is (to the best of my knowledge) what I expect one to learn in order to cover all objectives of the exam. If you feel something is missing, please let me know and I'll modify the mapping.
1.3 -> 24.1.2 means that some aspects of the objective 1.3 are covered in section 24.1.2 of the EJB 2.0 specification.
 
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