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Thanks to Valentin Crettaz for EJB notes

 
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Hey Valentin,

Thanks for the excellent "comprehensive" notes on EJB's. I find the deployment descriptor the most useful of them all. The deployment descriptor with all allowed tags surely will be a very good addition to the HFE book.
 
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Glad they were of help to you

I once proposed Kathy to include them in her book, but the problem was that my cheat sheets make a heavy use of colors and HF books can only be black and white with shades of gray.
 
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...where can I get a copy?

thanks.
 
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http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/cheatsheets.html
 
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Is that the way ranchers read specs? I mean find out which objectives map to which spec points and read only those?

jeez.. if it is so, Im feeling pretty stupid. I did not read specs as I thought how to manage time to read that bulky material!

If it is not so, I still am facing the problem to squeeze time for spec reading.

Tina
 
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Hi Tina,

I first read HFE once and then on questions that i went wrong or answered doubtfully i referred the spec for details. For a quick reference and revision i used the notes by valentin.

If you have understood the topic well and can answer questions on it correctly (including the HFE exercises and all the mocks) without guessing or being doubtful then do not bother with the spec. If you are doubtful that means you havent yet got the concept right, then go back to the spec and try to understand it thoroughly.
 
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Yes, Valentin's "deployment descriptor" and "bean life cycle" diagram did giva me a lot of help. It made memorizing much easier.

Thanks every one's help.

X. Li
 
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Hey thanks to both of you for your replies. It did help.
Regards,
Tina
 
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