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Cosmin Nicolae
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I missed a question about Singletons & transactions I think.
 
Paul Anilprem
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Congratulations!! Great Score!!
 
Mohan Prasath
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It's a Great Score. Congrats
 
Cosmin Nicolae
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Paul Anilprem wrote:Congratulations!! Great Score!!

And yes I used just enthuware tests which were great.
 
malek saati
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nice score.. Congratulations !

i begin to prepare for the exam ...

Do you have any tips to prepare for the exam..

thank you
 
Cosmin Nicolae
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malek saati wrote:
nice score.. Congratulations !

i begin to prepare for the exam ...

Do you have any tips to prepare for the exam..

thank you


Yes I do.

- I think that you should have worked with JEE & EJB at least 1 year before. Otherwise you will forget all in one year.
- read EJB 3 in Action, or better Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 OReilly (skip the JPA & WS stuff), annotate what you think it's important (adobe 10 lets you do that). Once, and then read it again, but just the annotations.
- read the API for all classes/annotations involved (I found 100 classes/interfaces/annotations related to the Exam).
- for each annotation try on your own the XML version, look at the ejb-jar.xml XSD schema.
- do the Enthuware tests, there are 4 test, do them twice.
- install yourself Glassfish (with JBoss you can't test security) and do a POC (proof of concept) for everything that you think worhts it and to answer all your questions.
- read the JEE 6 tutorial from Oracle (just the parts that are related to the exam: JMS, Asynchronous, and so on)

ps: I had a question that I wasn't sure about, but the previous knowledge from SCJP helped me figure it out.
ps2: the exam it's a little bit trickier then the tests
ps3: make a table with all types of 'methods' and the restrictions, the signature, transaction, security, ok in SFSB, nok in MDB, something like this:

- aroundInvoke: any access modifier, signature, same transaction & security context as the caller
- asynchronous: different transaction from the caller, can't throw CheckedException if returns void, signature, can't be on MDB
- business method:
- lifecycle: void, no Checked Exception, signature, no transaction, no security
- timeout: different transaction from the caller (creator of the timer), signature, no security, can't be in SFSB (this seems logical)
- remove: can't call it if an open (multiple method spanning) transaction exist, bla bla

To test your EJBs use a Servlet.
 
malek saati
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thank you Cosmin ..

just another question.. is there a big difference between 1Z0-895 and 1Z0-860???
 
Cosmin Nicolae
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malek saati wrote:
thank you Cosmin ..

just another question.. is there a big difference between 1Z0-895 and 1Z0-860???


I think 1Z0-860 contains the JPA part, which makes it bigger and more difficult. Also it doesn't contain the new JEE6 EJB 3.1 stuff, which are nice and simple.
 
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