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Do i have to study the ejb-specification?  RSS feed

 
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I've been studied with HFEJB but i do�t know for sure if that's enough... as far as i know i also have to study the specification, can somebody tell me if i must study the ejb-specification? ... thanks
 
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Hello,

It depends on how good you studied the HF EJB book. The book is excelent and contains everything you need to pass exam.

If you have no time to read whle EJB specification, you can read the online guide which is prepared based on the specification. (the URL is in my signature).

regards,
MZ
 
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If you ask me personally, I'll say YES !!!. Especially for EJB-QL and message driven beans. You can expect a lot of ques from those topics in the real exam.HFE is a good book to pass the exam, but to get a really good score, you need to read the spec. After reading the HFE, going thru the spec is very easy. You can also check http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/cheatsheets.html

All the Best !!!
 
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Especially for EJB-QL and message driven beans. You can expect a lot of ques from those topics in the real exam.HFE is a good book to pass the exam, but to get a really good score, you need to read the spec.


Still, it depends. HF EJB is my only reference but I can still score 95% without reading a single word from the specification.

Nick
 
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Ok, then i guess i can pass the exam without go through the spec pages, but if i can i'm going to do it?

Thanks
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