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Learding annotations and XML by heart

 
Amirr Rafique
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Hi Mates

I am new to EJB world and preparing for SCBCD exam. I have gone the OR'eilly book cover by cover and now I am going through it 2nd time. Do I need to learn by heart all the annotations and their corresponding xml

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Devaka Cooray
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You are expected to know 'all' annotations for the exam. It is mandatory. Learn them by heart!. For the XML part, of course you are expected to know them; but you don't highly required to memorize all of them, for the exam. A good knowledge about how those xml elements are structured, is sufficient. For an example, you need to know that interceptors should be defined under the <interceptors> tag. And then you have to know that the class name and around invoke methods should be defined there. But you don't highly require to memorize the tag names exactly (as <interceptor-class>, <around-invoke>...). Because you can guess them on the exam.

Devaka.
 
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