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Hi,
I passed the 286 test last week and now I am preparing the 287 test. I have very little experience on EJB development. Does this exam require a lot of EJB dev. experience? and do I need to read all the books that recommended by IBM?
Thanks very much for any advice in advance,
Jane
 
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from my experience with IBM exams you get a fairly good picture about them by looking at the questions of their ICE tool:
Someone has posted them here:
https://coderanch.com/t/144259/po/certification/IBM-ICE-TEST
I have passed the previous 158 test. I found it really hard. Two people might find different things difficult, but I would say that this one contains more complex stuff than the WSAD-test.
just my 2 cents.
regards Axel
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Axel:
Thanks so much for the reply.
I am working on the preparation now. I have only the redbooks and the <Enterprise JavaBeans> by Monson-Haefel, but I dont have the other book < Mastering EJB, 2nd Edition>.
Regards,
Jane
 
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Jane,
the Ed Roman book you can download as pdf from this site, if you register.
http://www.theserverside.com/resources/index.jsp
requires cost free registration.
Axel
 
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Axel:
Again, thanks so much for the link! I got the book!
I have to work hard on this since I dont not enough experience.
Best regards,
Jane
 
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