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SCBCD steps to be certified

 
hanihanan younis
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hi all..
i bought a book Head first for EJB..
for SCWCD i used tomcat server... for EJB which is standard & compatible with the learning & applied the examples from Head first
 
Frederic Esnault
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For BCD, use JDK 1.3 and j2EE 1.3 and that's all you need.
 
hanihanan younis
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what about JBoss..
i hope to use it more understanding..is it suitable..

 
Frederic Esnault
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Yes of course JBoss is an EJB container, but watch out, in EJB spec, some things are left vendor specific. So be sure not to learn anything from JBoss specific things.

My advice is to stick on J2EE 1.3 and use the J2EE 1.3 RI server shipped with the J2EE 1.3 SDK. (RI means reference implementation).
 
hanihanan younis
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Thanx a lot Frederic
your way in answering appreciated from me
 
Balaji VR
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I am living with Eclipse & JBoss 3.2.7. JBoss helps me to try things out in much easier way. If you are keeping an eye with EJB 2.0 SPECS, I would say there would n't be no issues using JBOSS.
 
hanihanan younis
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hi Balaji VR,
first:you fall down from the sky to give me this favor..
i will be thankfull to you to tell me how to download
1)JBoss 2)eclipse 3) to configure them with each others so they can work easily..coz i saw a lot of books about that..but i want easy way to start..
then i will read ...

second:
i understand from you that to learn for this Exam you also not recommended the JBoss right?
 
Balaji VR
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JBOSS -> http://labs.jboss.com/portal/jbossas/download
Eclipse -> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

To configure and to get things started, i used an article from devX. Luckily, I have copied it in word document. I have sent the document & relavent files through email to you!
Hope it helps!
 
hanihanan younis
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Thanx a lot
 
Balaji VR
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second:
i understand from you that to learn for this Exam you also not recommended the JBoss right?

The answer to your second question is YES >> Why because, I have read a couple of posts that talked about JBOSS not behaving exactly as what is mentioned in SPECS.

Anways, we are not gonna do extreme programming out here Abiding to HFE & SPECS should be fine!
[ April 04, 2006: Message edited by: Balaji VR ]
 
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