Originally posted by Chengwei Lee:
As of EJB 2.0, entity beans must must be CMP. There's no doubt/choice/alternative/question about it. You cannot make it a BMP. This is something you need to be clear of.
Originally posted by -Sanju Thomas-:
Today I took HF-EJB mock exam and I scored 82% in it. Am I ready to attend the real exam ?. I ask this question here because I did not attend any other mock exam except ejbcertifcate.com, and I don't have enough time to read more too. I took almost 70 minutes to complete the exam. And I think I gone wrong in atleast four to five questions only because they are not providing the number of currect answers. Please give your comments.
Originally posted by Jose Esteban:
Sorry Bassam, but I don't agree. According to Servlet spec 2.4, SRV.13.4:
"1. web-app Element
All sub elements under this element can be in an arbitrary order."
So the order doesn't matter under <web-app>
Originally posted by Serghei Jelauc:
Cant understand one thing about subj.
HFEJB, page 406: "YOU CAN'T USE DOT NOTATION TO RETURN A CMR FIELD."
If director is cmr-field then m.director IS NOT OK.
HFEJB, page 435, question 13: "What's true about EJB QL path expression?"
One of the correct answers - B says: Path expression can terminate with either cmr-field or cmp-field.
What is true?
Thanks in advance.
Originally posted by Suresh Ramamurthy:
Thanks Ganesh for that Reply. What I could interpret from your reply is,
there is no harm in doing Steps 2-5 in EJB Object if any container developer wishes to.
Originally posted by arunij katiliyar:
Thanks Ganesh for the clarification .I am preparing for scbcd by reading mastering ejb and java boot camp by MZ . Is this enough .