Mahesh Subramanian

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Thanks!

About the books, I prepared with Mastering EJB 3rd edition (pdf) & SCBCD Exam Study kit by Paul Sanghera - I bought this book instead of HFEJB because it had better reviews in amazon.

But 2 days before exam I panicked and bought HFEJB also which was really useful. I answered all the questions there and looked into all the "Watch Its". Now I wish I had read HFEJB fully, it seems like a great book
18 years ago
I read somewhere we are not supposed to post actual questions. So I guess someone will delete this post.

But since its already posted, let me say your answer is correct! because i formed the same query and got 100%
Wow! I could not believe I got 100% because I felt atleast 3 questions were close calls, so it was definitely not a comfortable 100% (like I had with Oracle exams).

Yes there were too many drag-drop EJB QL questions for building queries. I took almost 10 minutes for one of them!

For test takers - if you see such drag-drop questions where you answer in a new window, the test does not let you review your answer in the end - if you try, a warning will come-up telling you that your previous answer will be cleared and you need to answer it all over again, which is lame!! So just make sure you are fully satisfied with your answer for such questions before moving on.

scjp, scbcd, ocp
18 years ago
No mine doesn't!! I am surprised because the book is of excellent quality otherwise.

SCJP, SCBCD, OCP
I am almost convinced this answer is wrong. Can anybody justify it as right?

Page 672, Question 46:
What's true about an entity bean's primary key?
A. Primary key fields must be cmp-fields.
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I had checked this answer, but book says it is not because "you can use a compound key". But even with compound keys, the fields must still be cmp-fields right?
As I understood it, Remote client does not get Runtime exceptions from remote EJB object. So it has to get a RemoteException (or subclass) instead of IllegalStateException which is a RuntimeException.