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Hi Could someone please advise me to what level of detail I must know EJB. For example should I know about the legal constructors for different types of beans - or is this too low level? Some of the mock tests go into code level detail - could people who have sat the exam tell me if this degree of knowledge is required? Thanks
You are not expected to be able to code beans. You need to know the bean types and what they are used for. You need to know the bean life cycles. You need to know the transactional attributes ( e.g. required, mandatory, supports ... ). EJB's issues are a large percentage of the questions.
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Thanks Rufus, that's what I thought - phew!
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