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EJB3.0 In Action: Queries!!

 
Niranjan Deshpande
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I am reading EJB3.0 in Action book. Queries at this moment:

1. I have come accross instances where the 'spec' part of accotations has been described: @EJB, @MessageDriven etc.
Does the exam expect to remember the minute details of these specifications? Details like Which properties of these are optional/compulsary, what
dies each property does? etc.

2. In chapter 4, JMS basics are discussed: 4.1: Messaging Concepts, JMS message Anatomy, JMS acknowledge modes, message selectors. All this is
just touches you to give a feel of JMS so that one can appreciate JMS use in EJB3.0. But are you supposed to remember these details for the exam?
Except for these, rest of the chapter 4 is something that is on the exam. Correct?
 
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Originally posted by Niranjan Deshpande:
I am reading EJB3.0 in Action book. Queries at this moment:

1. I have come accross instances where the 'spec' part of annotations has been described: @EJB, @MessageDriven etc.
Does the exam expect to remember the minute details of these specifications? Details like Which properties of these are optional/compulsary, what
dies each property does? etc.

2. In chapter 4, JMS basics are discussed: 4.1: Messaging Concepts, JMS message Anatomy, JMS acknowledge modes, message selectors. All this is
just touches you to give a feel of JMS so that one can appreciate JMS use in EJB3.0. But are you supposed to remember these details for the exam?
Except for these, rest of the chapter 4 is something that is on the exam. Correct?


It's not just the matter of preparing for the exam. EJB 3's simplification is all about using Annotations and without completely knowing what each annotation mean to a bean, I think you will not be effectively use them in your projects even though you are an SCBCD certified.
 
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