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How much effort need for SCBCD ??

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I had gone through Whizlabs SCBCD exam simulator and Kathy's book in there I feel Most question asked on theoritcal knlowage rather than pratical implimentation of EJBs(How to code & configuration of databases etc.). In SCJP I have pratice lot on Coding rather than concepts... At there my brain
behave as compiler.Is it need that(SCJP) much of effort for pass the SCBCD ?

I have gone through once HFE. But I didn't found much pratical implemntations discussed there.It mostly dicussed about concepts.

Here I don't have previous experience in EJB. Now I can write simple codes session beans,Entity beans,MessageDriven beans,client codes and ability to deploy them. Is that enough in pratice..?

Please guide me... what do you feel about the exam.

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Hi ,

Well i will suggest,if concepts are clear and if you have got good score in practice exams,then you can go for SCBCD exam.Mostly concepts are checked in SCBCD Exam.
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