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Hi guys
I'm new to this forum.I've just started preparing for the SCBCD exam and got a copy of HF EJB.I downloaded a copy of the EJB 2.1 Spec.
I work as a J2EE developer and my work involves EJB development in the Websphere environment.So , yes I have written ejb's and still do , with the aid of Websphere studio.I realized that there are a lot of concepts I don't understand because the IDE helps in doing a lot of the work.
Q1)What do approach do you guys recommend?
Q2)The exam objective page says

Identify the use, benefits, and characteristics of Enterprise JavaBeans technology, for version 2.0 of the EJB specification.
Identify EJB 2.0 container requirements.

Does this mean the certification is only for EJB 2.0?
jeff mutonho
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yes ,SCBCD is for EJB2.0 and will recommend if you can start writing EJB without any IDE,as lot of work is done by IDE ,which we as developers are unaware..
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