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i am not able to jump in to some chapters of kushner book, as they are not for beginners

anyone know any material for beginners on security, jca and transactions?
 
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It is better for you to take IBM 484 before IBM 287 because IBM 484 targets on general J2EE technologies. You can read Head First EJB and Head First Servlets & JSPs to gain the knowledge on security and transaction on J2EE technologies. Then come back for IBM 287.

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yes i agree

since i have started on this already, i want to finish this

have to hammer it
 
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thank goodness, the other chapters are more digestible at my level. will just need to read more books with handson; this book have no handson on its pages, but has included the trial wsad on its cd. i guess that means we have to practice on our own.

need to review the sequence of my exams. should have prepared for ibm 484 first.
 
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