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Which Server to use for SCBCD preparation

 
Shivakanth Thyagarajan
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Dear Ranchers,
I am confused regarding the choice of the server that we have to use for the exam preparation. I am currently using j2sdkee 1.3, but i am facing problem in debugging the error. I am getting errors, for which i am unable to find enough information in search engines. I want your help in deciding the best server that could help us in best preparation for the exam.

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Shivakanth
 
Ricardo Ferreira
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Originally posted by Shivakanth Thyagarajan:
Dear Ranchers,
I am confused regarding the choice of the server that we have to use for the exam preparation. I am currently using j2sdkee 1.3, but i am facing problem in debugging the error. I am getting errors, for which i am unable to find enough information in search engines. I want your help in deciding the best server that could help us in best preparation for the exam.

Thanks
Shivakanth


You do not need to use any application server or ejb container in order to study for the SCBCD certification.

The only thing that you must study is the EJB 2.0 specification. The test is 100% conceptual, there is nothing pratical.

Best Regards!
 
Ankit Doshi
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There was a similar post recently in this forum - here

The bottomline is that, J2EE RI is the best one if you want to test a few things. The main reason is that, J2EE RI completely works on the specification. So if you're using any other server, which is providing some advanced features that are not part of the specification, you might be misguided there ... so best is to use J2EE RI.

In the J2EE RI, if you're facing some problem while deploying the beans or while running the client, it prints the information in the logs file and/or in the console, which I think, is quite understandable. If you're still facing the problem, you can post them on the fourm and someone shall try to help you with that.
 
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