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1z0-807 Not passed (70% vs 71 needed)

 
Marco Bertotti
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Hi,

on monday i did the 1z0-807 exam scoring 70% as result (with a needed 71%!). I'm a bit jittered about it. Btw i can remember some of the questions (not precise words of course) that i think i have missed.

Can i post my questions about those ones i remember ?

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Sorry to hear that. The score report will have those areas you need more work on.

Marco Bertotti wrote:
Can i post my questions about those ones i remember ?


Not a good idea. But you can ask the gist of it.
 
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This is one i remember:
An email notification need to be send every 8 hours starting a week before the deadline and until the goal is accomplished.
Which type of beans are most closely match the implementation needs for this case?

Managed bean
Stateful session bean
Stateless session bean
Message-driven bean

i answered : Message-driven bean but then i figured out it had "ARE" in the question.
 
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Marco Bertotti wrote:This is one i remember:
An email notification need to be send every 8 hours starting a week before the deadline and until the goal is accomplished.
Which type of beans are most closely match the implementation needs for this case?

Managed bean
Stateful session bean
Stateless session bean
Message-driven bean

i answered : Message-driven bean but then i figured out it had "ARE" in the question.


IMHO: Stateless and Message-Driven, as only they can be used as EJB timers.

Hint: Automatic timers are created by the EJB container, and stateless and message-driven normally created by server (they must have default constructor), and statefull beans normally created on user's request.
 
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Marco Bertotti wrote:This is one i remember:
An email notification need to be send every 8 hours starting a week before the deadline and until the goal is accomplished.
Which type of beans are most closely match the implementation needs for this case?

Managed bean
Stateful session bean
Stateless session bean
Message-driven bean

i answered : Message-driven bean but then i figured out it had "ARE" in the question.


For me I would answer message driven bean. The question will say how many options to choose.

As MZ pointed out, only MDB and SLSB can be used by EJB timers.
 
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Thanks a lot for the quick replay. So i missed this for sure
 
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Marco Bertotti wrote:Thanks a lot for the quick replay. So i missed this for sure
Usually they may mention how many to choose right?
 
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shiva nath wrote:
Marco Bertotti wrote:Thanks a lot for the quick replay. So i missed this for sure
Usually they may mention how many to choose right?

They always mention how many to choose.
 
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It was my mistake to misread the question This disrupted my exam (70% vs 71%)
 
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