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I'm sure Sun will tell the format of the answer for fill-in-the blank question.
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If answer is a method, i.e. ejbCreate, are we supposed to put in the '()' at the end?
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i guess there is no fill-in-the-blanks Q. thanks kathy!
 
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Max,
I think there are no fill in the blanks questions in this exam.Only Objective type.(the number of correct answers to be selected from the possible list of options is also mentioned), so no worries......that'll get us through
The mock exam in the HF EJB books seems a bit difficult b'cos the number of correct answers is not given(deliberately, so that the exam is a bit difficult and also to make sure your EJB concepts are good enough ). But IMO, the score that you get in that mock exam would likely be the minimum score that you could get in the actual exam.If you get a score of 75% or above in that exam, you are likely to pass.
There are also 5-6 drag and drop questions, mostly related to EJB roles and EJB-QL. Similar to match the following type of questions. Some prometric centres had some problems with these questions.....something to do with mouse and software I guess. But this may have been resolved by now.....
Good Luck!
[ March 24, 2004: Message edited by: Vish Kumar ]
 
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