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Amount of ejb-jar.xml in SCBCD

 
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Hi Guys,

With regards to the SCBCD certification... Does anybody know how much attention I have to give ejb-jar.xml details?

You see in the old days, when I got SCBCD certified for EJB 2.x, there was a LOT of XML tags to remember ...

Is it all about annotations in the test nowadays?

Thank you ,
Nicky
 
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I don't remember having any xml related question at the exam. Lots of annotations. I can't say for sure that you won't have any though.
 
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Ok thank you very much

So I guess focusing on learning ejb-jar.xml specifics is not the way to go.

Rather, it would be better to spent some energy on learning the annotations and details around that.




 
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In general I do agree, there are quite a log of question related to annotations.

I myself can recall off-hand only 2 areas where the XML elements knowledge is being tested.
1st is resource injection/referencing. There are both xml and annotations need to be known good.
2nd is security stuff. Namely roles, role-refs, role-links etc.
 
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