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Can we List the Best Books for J2EE certs?

 
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To all those certified and experience people:
It would be nice if you could list the recommended books for the following certifications:
A.) WebSphere
B.) WebLogic
C.) IBM's UMK
D.) Enterprise Connectivity
 
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Vikas,
What is IBM UMK ?
 
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I speculate that it should be "IBM UML"(test 486).
If thats true, my recommendation is:
Larman's book is very suitable for test 486, but Fowler's book give you a big picture. So you should have both of them.
 
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Hi
Can you give the complete description of Larman and Fowler book. I can not get it.
 
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