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Reg SCBCD exam

 
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Hello friends

I have just started preparing for the SCBCD. I have visited the previous posts on the forum and I have got the pointers to the study materials.

I am a newbie to EJBs. Can anyone tell what are the difficult (in terms on concept) areas of the exam ...I mean the areas that would actually require more effort in terms of preparation?

Any advice/suggestion would be of great help.

Thanks & Regards
Ram
 
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Hi Ram,

I have started my studying for SCBCD too!!! If you have never worked on any EJBs start some experimentation with entity/session beans/java class. See how you can change the transactions(throw exceptions to see the difference), security, etc. Thn try to read about the same in specs or any book your using for the prep(by the way what are you studing from???)

I have ordered HF EJB and am waiting( expected by Sep21.... )

Do you have any dates planned for you exam?

As am preparing for the exam too, wish somebody who has taken the exam gives a more appropriate/specific answer....

Santhosh
 
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Hi Santhosh

I am reading from HF EJB. Since I have not worked with EJBs before, I am trying out sample programs while reading this book.

Thanks for the inputs.
Regards
Ram
 
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