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implementing javax.ejb.SessionBean interface

 
Treimin Clark
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In WhizLabs Diagnostic exam, I found a question about implementing the javax.ejb.SessionBean interface. Will this appear on the real exam too?
 
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You know, this is confidential, and you should post in only one topic.
 
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Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:You know, this is confidential, and you should post in only one topic.

Did I ask this question elsewhere? You missed the point. I didn't meant to ask whether this question is exactly appear on the exam. What I intended to ask is whether this SessionBean interface appears on the exam. Because it is not listed on the Sun exam objectives.

Please someone provide an answer for this.
 
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Treimin Clark wrote:
Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:
Did I ask this question elsewhere? You missed the point. I didn't meant to ask whether this question is exactly appear on the exam. What I intended to ask is whether this SessionBean interface appears on the exam. Because it is not listed on the Sun exam objectives.

You ask several questions about WhizLabs Diagnostic exam, and I suggested to post in only one topic.

To me, it's confidential to say that if a specific thing is present in the exam, to be safe you just think that it would be present.
 
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Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:You ask several questions about WhizLabs Diagnostic exam, and I suggested to post in only one topic.


Sorry but I don't agree with that. Because asking each question in separate threads, with a meaningful subjectline, may save someone's time, as many of the readers here are not knowledgeable in all of the topics, while they are preparing for the exam. If I asked all of the questions in a one thread, it doesn't make sense for many of the readers, who is not yet ready for the exam.
 
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That's OK, I just suggest, but we can have different opinions, don't worry about that .
 
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The FAQ says to UseOneThreadPerQuestion. For any further discussion on how to ask questions please start a new thread in the Ranch office forum.
 
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Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:That's OK, I just suggest, but we can have different opinions, don't worry about that .


 
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