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IBM 484 Connectivity Services, Assembly and deployment

 
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Connectivity Services, Assembly and deployment seems difficult to me. How can I find a good book? It looks like the books that IBM recommend are not enough. Please recommend some material that I can easily understand.
of couse Whizlabs 484 is one of good material. Any thing else?
I have booked a test on next Monday. Since I don't know very much about Connectivity Services, Assembly and deployment, I may change test time.
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For Connectivity, I refer to the book:
J2EE Connector Architecture and Enterprise Application Integration
This is another huge topics, as it covers JDBC, JAXP, JAAS, JCA, etc, nearly each technology contains 1 question in this section. So, just know the basic idea is enough. You dont need to get into too details.
For deployment, you can refer to Chapter 5 of SCWCD Exam Study Kit, and Chapter 13 of HF EJB. In fact, there are only 4 questions about it, and it is not that difficult.
Best luck for your exam.
Nick
 
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You can check out the resources section of the article for useful links http://www.whizlabs.com/articles/j2ee-article.html
You can refer to the seventh chapter of the book "Designing Enterprise Applications with the J2EE Platform" for a detailed discussion of the packaging and deployment topic.
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