Muhammad Saeed

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Hi!
You will find all the required info HERE

I hope it helps.

Regards
Please have a look on the following links;

How long until EJB 3.0?
Hi Ranchers, EJB 2.0 or EJB 3.0

Hope it helps.

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IMHO ...
If you have working experience of EJBs Paul's book should
be enough. Otherwise Paul's book is very good additional
resource. It has some valuable stuff (Appendix E) at the end,
its the summary of all the chapters which can be used as quick
prep material or last minute exam cram. Paul's book is more focused
on exam objectives while HF gives more detailed understanding.

Hope it helps.

Regards
[ November 06, 2005: Message edited by: Muhammad Saeed ]
Whizlabs' is similar to the real test, about the
other two I'm not sure as I never used either of them.

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Nizar, Here is the link JavaBLACKbelt


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13 years ago
Many thanks for such a detailed and nice reply.
It was really of great help.

Thanks Again.
Can anybody please advise me which one of
the above said exams should be taken first???

I recently passed SCBCD exam, I've worked in
Servlets and JSPs but I'm a novice in Web Services.

Web services is something that attracts me more than the
latter. My question may seem silly but still I believe
ranchers can help me in making up my mind.

Any thoughts???

Regards
Can anybody please advise me which one of
the above said exams should be taken first???

I recently passed SCBCD exam, I've worked in
Servlets and JSPs but I'm a novice in Web Services.

Web services is something that attracts me more than the
latter. My question may seem silly but still I believe
ranchers can help me in making up my mind.

Any thoughts???

Regards
Can anybody please advise me which one of
the above said exams should be taken first???

I recently passed SCBCD exam, I've worked in
Servlets and JSPs but I'm a novice in Web Services.

Web services is something that attracts me more than the
latter. My question may seem silly but still I believe
ranchers can help me in making up my mind.

Any thoughts???

Regards
13 years ago
Many thanks Sathish and Mikalai for your words.

I would say exam was pretty straight forward.
Just before taking the test I did the whizlabs trial
exam distributed free with Paul Sanghera's book and I
scored 88% and 80% in the final mock exam from HFEJB.
So if you get a chance to go through these tests you
will get a good idea about the difficulty level.

I lost marks in EJB QL, probably needed to give it a more
serious shot.

Any questions...I'm an email away.

Thanks Again Everybody
Reragds
saeed
13 years ago
Thanks ranchers for all the help.
Thanks Bert and Kathy for such a wonderful book.
Paul Sanghera's book is great as well.

Regards
13 years ago
Sorry, my fault... please read #6... as #7 in the previous post.

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#6 ---->>

In this case the rlevant section in EJB Spec is 7.6, Page No.79;

An attempt to remove a session object while the object is in a transaction will cause the container to throw the avax.ejb.RemoveException to the client.



Hence, RemoveException seems to be right in given scenario.

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Experts'/ranchers' review to following query requested!

The EJB Spec Says;

"The Application Assembler uses the container-transaction elements to declare the transaction attributes."



Valentin Crettaz's cheet sheet Deployment Descriptor, on last page color coding suggests that its 'Deployer' who declares <container-transaction> element and transaction attributes.

Am I overlooking or misinterpretting anything?
An earlier response will be highly appreciated.

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The EJB Spec Says;

"The Application Assembler uses the container-transaction elements to declare the transaction attributes."



Valentin Crettaz's cheet sheet Deployment Descriptor, on last page color coding suggests that its 'Deployer' who declares <container-transaction> element and transaction attributes.

Am I overlooking or misinterpretting anything?

Regards