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Hello Ashwini,

In the prerequisties section it says: none. So I do not think it is an upgrade exam. Looks like this is it (SCEA5).

Prabhakar Edward
SCJP1.2,SCWCD, SCBCD
Fantastic score...
Congrats!

Prabhakar
SCJP1.2, SCWCD 1.4, SCBCD 1.3
I recently got my SCWCD and SCBCD.Now I'm thinking of SCEA. Can I do this without doing SCJDWS. Are there any web service contents in any of the SCEA parts?
What is the best resource for finishing SCEA Part1?

Could someone advise please?

SCJP1.2, SCWCD 1.4, SCBCD 1.3
Oh forgot to tell about my exam experience:

When I was in the 52nd question, it was a transaction question with four method names in a box.. When I opened the picture, nothing was legible. I could see four method boxes but nothing else. That simply blew me off. I had to waste like 10 minutes talking to those guys, writing a report etc...

Finally when I exited,the guy there in the testing center said that he had raised a ticket for that and that I should talk to some guys and handed me a card.

Hopefully they gimme a credit for that stupid fault of theirs. Infact if that happens, then I get 90%
12 years ago
Took the test today and got 88%.Two weeks of preparation with HFEJB.I could write this earlier than I initially thought. I had planned to write in three weeks.
Hats off to Kathy and Bert.

What a wonderful book it is. It has been the reason for success for som many people all over the world.

Thanks again Kathy and Bert!

SCJP1.2,SCWCD 1.4, SCBCD 1.3
12 years ago
Congrats suppavut. Great score...

SCJP 1.2
SCWCD 1.4
Declarative security is at the class level.You specify which methods a particular role can call but it means that role call the method on any instance. But if you need instance level security then the programmatic security is the way to go.

For example: When a guy wants to delete a product, somewhere it has to be checked if he is the owner of the product or if he has special privilege to delete the product (like an admin or something). This can be done only within programmatic security.
Whereas if you do not want a whole marketing department to delete products then you can specify declarative security to prevent them from calling the delete method itself.

Hope this helps!!!

Prabhakar Edward
SCJP 1.2
SCWCD 1.4
Thanks Bert. Your wishes motivate people a lot.
Thanks again for that wonderful book!
Congrats!
A gift for your perseverance!!


SCJP 1.2
SCWCD 1.4

Originally posted by Frederic Esnault:
Yes it will.
ejbRemove may not be called when a time-out occurs and the bean is in a passivated state. That's all.

Hope this helps.



Thank you so much.. that helps!!
Will ejbRemove() be called while the bean times out in "method-ready" state?
If the answer to this is "NO", then in HFEJB pg255 question 13, is'nt option "C" also correct?

Pl. clarify...
Wow!! what a score... Congratulations

Originally posted by Ashwini Ghamandi:
i am also planning to do scjwcd
i have passed scjp1.4
please guide me
i am confuse how to sart study



Hi Ashwini,
I studied with the HFSJ book. Try to cover one chapter a day but don't try to be fast. Understand each and every concept.Afterall understanding reduces your amount of memorizing.Mark important points and lines with a highlighter.(believe me - my book is full of yellow highlighting.. . This helps you when you review the book. Do a thorough review after your study.(Took me two full days for the review). Prepare important notes. Install Netbeans and try out the JSPs especially.That really helps.Once you are absolutely confident try taking the mock exams. Then try out the trick problems in Netbeans.Then finally take the book's mock exam because it's pretty tough. Don't get bogged down by its toughness. You can easily score 15-20% more in the exam.

Hope this helps!! This is pretty much how I studied. You need not follow the exact pattern however.Whatever suits you fine, pl. do that.

Good luck!!!