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Today, I passed the SCBCD exam! Here some information’s, which helped me to pass the exam:
- Study Guide
- Free Training Test:
I also wrote some “Factsheets”, which I used to sum up all topics. Besides Factsheet 0, they can also be used as an assistance on the daily EJB 3.0 work.
- Factsheet 0 – some stuff, which is only for the SCBCD relevant
- Factsheet 1 – Stateful and Stateless Session Beans
- Factsheet 2 – MDBs and JMS
- Factsheet 3 – Transactions and Security
- Factsheet 4 – JPA, part 1
- Factsheet 5 – JPA, part 2
If you find any mistakes in the Factsheet, just let me know.
If you want to have a good introduction to the topic EJB 3.0, I can recommend you the book “Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0”. This book can be freely downloaded from TheServerSide.com.
I am currently preparing for the SCBCD 5.0 and in my opinion, it’s better than the book “Enterprise JavaBans 3.0” from O’Reilly. “Mastering EJB 3.0” covers many topics about Java EE much deeper. For example, it mentions poison messages or clustering as has a very useful overview of all possible annotations in the appendix.
Only the part JPA is not covered as deep as in the O’Reilly book. EmbededId is only mentioned, but not described in detail.
In Eclipse, there is a nice feature to clean up Java code. First, you can change the Clean Up profile (Window – Preferences) and define, how you want the code should look like.
There are interesting clean ups like “Remove unnecessary casts” or to add missing Annotations like “@Override”.
After creating your profile, simply right click to the project and choose Source – Clean up.
Nice feature. If you want to know more about this feature, you will find here more information’s.