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    1. EJB Overview
    1. Identify the use, benefits, and characteristics of Enterprise JavaBeans technology, for version 2.0 of the EJB specification.
    2. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about EJB programming restrictions.
    3. Match EJB roles with the corresponding description of the role's responsibilities, where the description may include deployment descriptor information.
    4. Given a list, identify which are requirements for an EJB-jar file.
    2. Client View of a Session Bean
    1. Examples about the client view of a session bean's local and remote home interfaces, including the code used by a client to locate a session bean's home interface.
    2. Examples about the client view of a session bean's local and remote component interfaces.
    3. Session Bean Life Cycle
    1. Life cycle of stateful or stateless session bean instance.
    2. Methods for a stateful or stateless session bean class
    3. Scenarios where ejbRemove method not being called on a bean instance.
    4. Session Bean Component Contract
    1. Examples about session beans, including conversational state, the SessionBean interface, and create methods.
    2. Behavior of the ejbPassivate method in a session bean, including the responsibilities of both the container and the bean provider.
    3. Interface and methods of Session Bean
    4. Purpose and function to which session bean type they apply: stateless, stateful, or both.
    5. Responsibilities of session beans, EJB container.
    6. Given a list of requirements, identify those which are the requirements for a session bean class, a remote component interface, a remote home interface, create methods, business methods, a local component interface, and a local home interface.
    5. Component Contract for Container-Managed Persistence (CMP)
    1. Examples about the entity bean provider's view and programming contract for CMP, including the requirements for a CMP entity bean.
    2. Examples about persistent relationships, remove protocols, and about the abstract schema type of a CMP entity bean.
    3. Examples about the rules and semantics for relationship assignment and relationship updating in a CMP bean.
    4. Match the name with a description of purpose or functionality, for each of the following deployment descriptor elements: ejb-name, abstract-schema-name, ejb-relation, ejb-relationship-role, cmr-field, cmr-field-type, and relationship-role-source.
    5. Deployment descriptor elements for a CMP bean (including container-managed relationships).
    6. Interfaces and methods a CMP entity bean must and must not implement.
    6. Client View of an Entity
    1. Examples about the client of an entity bean's local and remote home interface.
    2. Examples about the client view of an entity bean's local component interface (EJBLocalObject).
    3. Identify the use, syntax, and behavior of, the following entity bean home method types, for Container-Managed Persistence (CMP); finder methods, create methods, remove methods, and home methods.
    7. CMP Entity Bean Life Cycle
    1. Life cycle of a CMP entity bean.
    2. identify the purpose, behavior, and responsibilities of the bean provider for a CMP entity bean, including but not limited to: setEntityContext, unsetEntityContext, ejbCreate, ejbPostCreate, ejbActivate, ejbPassivate, ejbRemove, ejbLoad, ejbStore, ejbFind, ejbHome, and ejbSelect.
    3. responsibility of the container for a CMP entity bean, including but not limited to: setEntityContext, unsetEntityContext, ejbCreate, ejbPostCreate, ejbActivate, ejbPassivate, ejbRemove, ejbLoad, ejbStore, ejbFind, ejbHome, and ejbSelect.
    8. Entity Beans
    1. From a list of behaviors, match them with the appropriate EntityContext method responsible for that behavior.
    2. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about an entity bean's primary key and object identity.
    9. EJB-QL
    1. Identify correct and incorrect syntax for an EJB QL query including the SELECT, FROM, and WHERE clauses.
    2. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about the purpose and use of EJB QL.
    3. Identify correct and incorrect conditional expressions, BETWEEN expressions, IN expressions, LIKE expressions, and comparison expressions.
    10. Message-Driven Bean Component Contract
    1. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about the client view of a message-driven bean, and the life cycle of a message-driven bean.
    2. Identify the interfaces and methods a JMS message-driven bean must implement.
    3. Identify the use and behavior of the MessageDrivenContext interface methods.
    4. From a list, identify the responsibility of the bean provider and the responsibility of the container provider for a message-driven bean.
    11. Transactions
    1. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about EJB transactions, including bean-managed transaction demarcation and container-managed transaction demarcation.
    2. Identify correct and incorrect statements about the Application Assembler's responsibilities, including the use of deployment descriptor elements related to transactions and the identification of the methods of a particular bean type for which a transaction attribute must be specified.
    3. Given a list of transaction behaviors, match them with the appropriate transaction attributes.
    4. Given a list of responsibilities, identify whose which are the Container's with respect to transactions, including the handling of getRollbackOnly, setRollbackOnly, getUserTransaction, SessionSynchronzation callbacks, for both container and bean-managed transactions.
    12. Exceptions
    1. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about exception handling in EJB.
    2. Given a list of responsibilities related to exceptions, identify those which are the bean provider's, and those which are the responsibility of the container provider. Be prepared to recognize responsibilities for which neither the bean provider or the container provider are responsible.
    3. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about application exceptions and system exceptions in entity beans, session beans, and message-driven beans.
    4. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about the client's view of exceptions received from an enterprise bean invocation.
    13. Enterprise Bean Environment
    1. Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about an enterprise bean's environment JNDI API naming.
    2. Identify correct and incorrect statements about the purpose and use of the deployment descriptor elements for environment entries, EJB references, and resource manager connection factory references; including whether a given code listing is appropriate and correct with respect to a particular deployment descriptor element.
    3. Given a list of responsibilities, identify which belong to the deployer, bean provider, application assembler, container provider, system administrator, or any combination.
    14. Security Management
    1. Identify correct and incorrect statements about the EJB support for security management including security roles, security role references, and method permissions.
    2. From a list of responsibilities, identify which belong to the application assembler, bean provider, deployer, container provider, or system administrator.
    3. Given a code listing, determine whether it is a legal and appropriate way to programmatically access a caller's security context.
    4. Given a security-related deployment descriptor tag, identify correct and incorrect statements and code related to that tag.
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