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Are there too many questins on EJBQL?

 
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Hi,

Can anybody who has taken the exam recently update me as how many questions should I expect for EJB QL? Do they give too much of stress on that?

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yes, you can expect around 5 questions. All of them will be not-so-easy ones. They will give you a practical scenario and ask you to frame the query. There will be 50 drag and drop buttons and you'll have to drag and drop the right ones. They usually do not ask theory questions in QL. If you miss them, you score will drop to below 90
 
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I agree with Sathish. It would be a good idea to go through the complete EJB QL chapter in the EJB 2.0 spec in addition to the book(s) that you might be using for preparation.
 
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