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Recent posts by David Malcolm

Hi Bert

Thankyou for your reply. All things considered I think I will stick with the book and go for the "old" EJB 2 exam. Most of the companies here in Adelaide are still using the older technology anyway. Obviously I will ultimately have to use EJB 3.0, but since the version 2 exam is going to be around for a while, I will tackle that first. Thanks again for setting my mind at ease and thanks also to Kathy and yourself for your books - I have also used your excellent SCJP Java 5 study guide.

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David (molks) Malcolm
13 years ago
I have now realised that the current SCBCD exam is still covered by the book I purchased (which I really like by the way), so please ignore my earlier naivety. However, from what I have seen in other posts in this section, a new exam covering EJB 3.0 is being prepared currently and I am still a little concerned that the EJB 2.0 exam may be retired before I can complete my study. Could someone please advise me of the time frame involved - how long do I have? If a new exam is prepared, will the EJB 2.0 exam be withdrawn? Thanks for any advice that can be offered.
13 years ago
I have just purchased the 2003 edition of Head First EJB and am somewhat dismayed to find it only covers J2EE 1.3 - I suspect this book will not be of any use to me as far as the SCBCD Exam is concerned. Could someone please advise me what to do - should I return the book? Do I have to use J2EE 1.3 as it states in the book? Can I use J2EE 1.4 and still work through the book and if so, what will I be missing with regard to taking the current SCBCD exam? Any advice would be much appreciated, thankyou.

Molks
Adelaide, South Australia
13 years ago