Pedro Kowalski wrote:Howdy!
Ok, so if it comes to these uncommon questions - it's not the matter of the asking form. In fact, the form of the questions was very similar to the Enthuware's which makes me feel very comfortable at the site. It was just like taking another test (and BTW. if the Enthuware could look like Pearson VUE, just like ExamLab looked like Prometric it would be just exactly as the real test :-)
It was more about the information they asked.
The questions I was surprised by was mainly about the JMS -- the topic in which I felt quite weak -- i.e. about filtering the messages that will be received by the MDB, the message body and header properties, etc. There was also one question about the technologies which are part of the Full Java EE profile; as I understand most of the acronyms used in Java EE the ones asked on the exam was quite unknown :-) Method of elimination was the best in this case.
There was also one question which combines the "name", "lookup" and "mappedName" attributes of the @Resource which made me think some time about the answer. I guess this part is somehow misty...
I guess that's it - other questions was very similar to the Enthuware's, like what artifacts should reside in the client of the EJB-JAR or in what version/profile of Java EE the *.war deployment of EJB with no-interface view is possible (at least this was the real, but hidden, question).
I also lost 1 point in SFSB and I guess it was on question regarding passivation of interceptors.
Thanks once again and cheers!
Romeo Son wrote:Hi guys,
I have also passed 1Z0-895 Exam with 93% Score yesterday, on 17 May 2012. I have used only Enthuware's exam simulator and Krizsan's Study Notes (http://www.slideshare.net/krizsan/ocp-jbcd-6-study-notes) I didn't have the nerve to read the entire EJB 3.1 specification though :P
Good luck to all of you.
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