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Srichakra Muralidharan

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Recent posts by Srichakra Muralidharan

Hi,

Congrats with your great score...

Can you please let me know if we need to memorize EJB 2.1 rules from EJB 3.0 specifications? For example, specification for Transaction attributes for EJB 2.1 session / entity home and component interfaces?

Thanks...
12 years ago
Hi,

Congrats with your perfect score...

Can you please let me know if we need to memorize EJB 2.1 rules from EJB 3.0 specifications? For example, specification for Transaction attributes for EJB 2.1 session / entity home and component interfaces?

Thanks...
12 years ago
FYI - I also cleared the SCWCD exam today with 85%.

Thanks to ranchers notes and HFSJ book...

Congrats on clearing the exam...


Can you tell me any questions you remember from the exam? I'm taking the exam shortly in next coming days.

Thanks...


12 years ago
Hi,

Can anyone please help me decide if I'm ready for the SCWCD exam?

I studied HFSJ (Head First Servlets & JSP 2nd Ed.) two times for the last 10 days (daily 5-6 hours). I scored about 45 out of 69 (65%) in the mock exam which was tough compared to other mock exams on Java Ranch.. I also studied Deshmukh SCWCD study Kit (2004 Ed.). The total preparation will be about 3 weeks for the exam. I have worked with Servlets and JSP. But, I'm not able to decide after HFSJ mock exam.

I scored 75% in Anand Chawla's mock exam. I scored 83% in Whizlabs. I'm scoring 90% in java prepare and examulator.

Can anyone please help me decide if I'm ready for the exam in one week's time?

Thanks and Regards, Rajan