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HF EJB ?

 
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Hi All,

I have Mastering EJB EDRoman with me, should I also need HF EJB? or will it be ok with Mastering EJB?

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Rameshkumar
 
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You better get HF EJB, as it is a MUST for me to complete SCBCD. Without it, I am sure I cannot make it.

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The great thing about HF EJB is that one of the author of that book is also the moderator of this forum You can safely get that book, I assure you you won't regret it.
 
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Hi,

Yesterday I placed the order for HF EJB.

I hope you don't mind me hijacking this
thread in order to ask whether HF EJB
alone can help me through the IBM 484 EJB
objectives?

Nicolas, you gave me the initial tip of
HF EJB in IBM 486 thanks again.

Cheers,

Gian Franco Casula
[ October 14, 2004: Message edited by: Gian Franco Casula ]
 
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HF EJB alone can help me through the IBM 484 EJB objectives?
Certainly not! Looking at the objectives, there are many things in there aside from EJBs like JSP, JDBC, JMS, JCA, JTA, just to name a few. Besides, the whole exam is tainted with Websphere flavour while the SCBCD test is vendor-agnostic.

HF EJB really focuses on EJBs solely and no particular vendor.
 
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Hi Valentin,

Thanks for replying , but I wrote if it could
get me through the IBM 484 EJB objectives.

I know I need more material, but do you think HF
EJB is enough for that particular EJB subset of
objectives?

Cheers,

Gian Franco
 
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For EJB objectives in 484, it should be more than enough.

So as HF Servlets and JSP does on Servlets and JSP objectives in 484.

Nick
 
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Great! Thanks.
 
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HI
does anyone know what application server is the Victoria Secrets site running mentioned in HF EJB?
 
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Originally posted by Billy Tsai:
HI
does anyone know what application server is the Victoria Secrets site running mentioned in HF EJB?



If you go to the Victoria Secrets' web site, you will notice some *.cfm pages, which means that their web site runs on Macromedia Cold Fusion
 
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