Sun Certified EJB Developer Java EE 6 beta exam now available through July 31 -Just $50. Register at Prometric.com/sun
So what does the $50 get us?
Christophe Verré wrote:
So what does the $50 get us?
Oracle might have thought that this costs them too much money It's less expensive than the real exam ($300) !
Leonid Shchervinsky wrote:unless one is about to get SCBCD anyway, then it is a steal...
Where would one get objectives for the new version of this exam?
[ ] Plan the development of a business service model
[ ] Create a Stateful Session Bean
[ ] Create a Stateless Session Bean
[ ] Create a Singleton Session Bean
[ ] Create a Session Bean Client
[ ] Create interceptors for an EJB
[ ] Modify a Session bean to be asynchronous
[ ] Create a Message Driven Bean
[ ] Create a Client that Sends a Message to a JMS Queu
[ ] Add Transaction Demarcation Information to an Enterprise Bean
[ ] Add security checks to business logic
[ ] Schedule the execution of business logic
[ ] Package and Deploy EJB applications
Lucas Smith wrote:And that lasts for more than five hours. It should be free.
Lucas Smith wrote:Why is it a steal? From whose side?
* Sun Certified JSP and Servlette Developer for the Java EE6 Platform
* Sun Certified EJB Developer for the Java EE6 Platform
Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hi!
I've contacted Oracle regarding the SCBCD 6 beta certification, since it is impossible to take it here during the holidays in July (every testing-center within decent distance is closed).
They told me that the beta may be extended to the end of August. However, I still cannot schedule a test after August 1st.
I'll update this thread when/if I find out something more.
Does anybody knows the limit day to do the exam? I mean the Business Component Development with EJB Technology Java EE 6. If I pay the exam price. When is the limit for scheduling the exam?
pete reisinger wrote:do I have one year time to attend the exam as with the normal exam, or is there shorter time limit?
Jaime Freire wrote:Hi All!!
Well, this is my experience; I took this exam yesterday; 185 questions and 5 hours of which I used everything but 10 minutes. I'm getting the results in 6-8 weeks. The test was similar to SCBCD 5 but without JPA questions and a little bit of the new features like the @Asynchronous annotation; @Singleton beans questions; different profiles...
It was way too long and deffinitely the little price (50 CHF) is not worth the time and having to wait that long for the results.
Apart from that there's almost no documentation and I had to prepare for the new questions reading articles like this: http://www.theserverside.com/news/1363656/New-Features-in-EJB-31
Ivan Krizsan wrote:Just discovered that the SCBCD 6 beta period has been extended to the end of August here - at least according to the Prometric website.
Kingsley Udeh wrote:@ Jaime Freire,
Is the Sun Java Certified EJB Beta Exam structured in multi-choice format? Can one reschedule the beta exam for a later time?
thomas jacob wrote:Hi,
I just gave the exam today. I did not receive any kind of report after completing the exam forom the test center. Wondering if anybody got a receipt after completing the exam.
Ben Clark wrote:Is it a joke your calculator ?
Ben Clark wrote:grrrrr
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