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Method names & ejb-jar elements

 
Humberto Rivera
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Question for those who have taken the SCBCD certification exam.

Is the SCBCD certification exam specific enough on how to provide method names and deployment descriptor elements in regards to fill in the blank?

More specifically:

Should the () be included in a method name? What about parameters, or full signature?
setEntityContext or setEntityContext(), etc.

How about <> for a deployment descriptor element?
abstract-schema-name or <abstract-scema-name>

How about exception names? is it just the exception name or is it the fully qualified name?
TransacionRequiredLocalException or javax.ejb.TransactionRequiredLocalException? It makes sense that fully qualified name should be provided.

I am hoping that it is very specific, but I'd like to know what to expect. I'd hate to get a question wrong because I failed to provide () or because I provided them.

Thanks!

Humberto
 
Valentin Crettaz
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Don't worry, the exam will make it very clear whether you have to provide parenthesis, angle brackets or qualified names.
 
Karthikeyan Varadarajan
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While My exam , I haven't got any fill in the blanks question. It is just drag and drop.

So I feel no need to worry. Even if there are fill in the blank question , the question will contain how to answer like with brackets / without package name etc.

~WIth Smile
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