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Hi,

I started SCBCD preparation a week ago, does SCBCD exam covers ejb3.1 features ?
I am following EJB3 in Action book, is this sufficient ? any suggestions are much appreciated ?

Thanks,
RK
 
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It depends which exam you're insterested to take. The current SCBCD exam (CX-310-091) is about EJB 3.0 and JPA 1.0. EJB3 In Action is a great book to learn about these. Oracle has decided to split both EJB and JPA into two different certifications : CX-311-093 and CX-311-094. These are respectively about EJB3.1 and JPA2.0. They are in Beta phase and are already closed. I don't know when the new exams will be officially published.
 
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wow that's great piece of infomation, i didn't know that, now the real problem starts, which one to go for
 
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JPA 1.0 what that?
 
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Udara Amarasinghe wrote: JPA 1.0 what that?


Java Persistence API.
 
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Hi!
According to my calculations, the new Oracle EJB and JPA certifications should be available in the middle of December this year.
They said the certifications will be able approximately 6 weeks after the closing of the beta exams.
I am not affiliated with Oracle in any way and of course I cannot promise anything.
Best wishes!
 
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