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Hi
I have worked on Servlets and JSP. I am a SCJP.
I havent worked on RMI at all..
I wanted some guidance on clearing the IBM exam 488.
Are there any sites other than the IBM site for help??
Please also tell me any books that i should refer to..
Arun Sahni told me about the Oreily book...
Help.
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Bonson
 
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This is good site.
http://www.bm-one.com/Se/it488.html
Mohit
 
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Hello Mohit,
Thanks for the information. I need some more help from you. I have not worked on EJB. what all do you think i need to study in order to clear the exam?
I know Servlets and JSP and JDBC.
Please help and guide me.
Would a lot of effort be required from my side?
Regards
Bonson

Originally posted by Mohit Deshpande:
This is good site.
http://www.bm-one.com/Se/it488.html
Mohit

 
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