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HFEJB Where can I find the "specs:" number that we see on the answers?

 
John Anaivs
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Hi folks,

I would like to know where I can find the "spec:" the book mention on the answers. I didn't find a relation with the number they put with the EJB Specification. Where can I find out it?

Thanks, Nato.
 
Ankit Doshi
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Hi Nato,

The "spec:" mentions the spec page numbers where you can get the reference to the given question/answer.

For which specific mock exam/question you are not able find a relation with the spec page?
 
John Anaivs
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Hi Ankit, thanks for your reply. I also thought that should be the page, but either my book has mistakes or it isn't the page. Look, for instance, at the page 293, question 9. It says "spec:116". If it is the page, how come should a finder concept be in the "The Client View" chapter?

Thanks, Nato.
 
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Hi Nato,

The finder method is defined in the home interface and since the client uses the home interface finder method (or other home interface methods) to get an EJBObject or collection, it becomes a part of client view.

Look, for instance, at the page 293, question 9. It says "spec:116". If it is the page, how come should a finder concept be in the "The Client View" chapter?


Look at the page 116 of the specification. Section "9.6.2 - finder methods" is described on this page. First lines in this section:

An entity bean�s local home interface defines one or more finder methods[9], one for each way to find an entity object or collection of entity objects within the home. The name of each finder method ...


See your answer lies there!!!
 
John Anaivs
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Ankit, thanks again for your reply.

The finder method is defined in the home interface and since the client uses the home interface finder method (or other home interface methods) to get an EJBObject or collection, it becomes a part of client view.


I know this concept above you've mentioned, but I made a big confusion about the pages you talked about. I was refering the HFEJB's page and not the spec's page. I'm sorry! Now that I saw this page 116 on the spec (and not in my book HFEJB any more), make totally sense for me.

Thank you very much. I was very lost! Nato.
 
Ankit Doshi
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I initially thought that probably you are referring to the pages somewhere else ... in fact in the last post, I was initially going to write "... page 116 of the spec", but then I explicitly wrote "specification", just to make it more *clearely readable*.

Anyway, good to see you back on track ... this is what we are here - to help each other.
 
Shodhan Shah
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Guys,
I have question.
For spec. which spec should we refer?
I am referring J2EE,v1.4 downloaded from sun.com
I do not see anything on page 116.
I am just curious , for SCBCD exam, which spec. we are supposed to refer?
Pls. suggest me and provide me link to download spec for SCBCD exam.

Thanks
Shodhan
 
kumari Jain
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Shodhan ,
you can download the ejb specification at the following link

http://java.sun.com/products/ejb/docs.html

Look under '2.0 - Final Release' section for the download link


regards,
kumari
 
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