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what is the knowledge level of each exam objective ??

 
khaled Jamal
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Hello

I would like to know (if someone here is a member of SCBCD exam team), are we supposed to have a solid and deep knowledge in each objective

For instance this one :

Declare and use named queries, dynamic queries, and SQL (native) queries

SQL (native) queries alone contains :

Defining and Executing SQL Queries
SQL Result Set Mapping
Mapping Foreign Keys
Multiple Result Mappings
Mapping Column Aliases
Mapping Scalar Result Columns
Mapping Compound Keys
Mapping Inheritance

Note that there are a lot of advanced topic in every single objective

I do not have an exam simulator to get an idea so let me please know about it, it can save me a lot of time

Thanks

 
Hong Anderson
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From my experience with other Sun Java certifications except SCEA 5 part 1, almost questions require just basic level of knowledge in that topic.
 
Niranjan Deshpande
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I think Kenkaj is right! EJB 3.0 In action, coupled with the basics (advanced topics skipped) from the PRO EJB3.0 book, should qualify one to appear for the exam (of course after practice mocks).
 
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