I followed only the Monson Haefel book (the older version covering 1.1)...Read the first 8 chapters. From the exam point of view 5. Client View, 6. Entity Bean, 7. Session Bean and 8. Transactions are probably important. But if you have time read all 8 anyway. HTH.
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posted 18 years ago
thanx i'll go thru all the 8 u'v mentioned frm o'reilly and then move on to the ejb specs.
Mastering EJB talk in complete details like what is an EJB object and how is it different from bean instance.This could be helpful to start with.But if u r comfortable with O'reilly, then pls continue it. I agree with Sanjay that all 8 chapters are required. Till now, I dont think Sun has asked much in depth in transaction, but I believe going through all 8 chapters is essential. Faiza, just 1 humble advice, dont just study EJB from SCEA exam point of view,but try to grasp as much as possible.EJB is very interesting !!!
hi fiza, i recommend Monson Haefel becuase it is good (initially i could not grasp much but i tried to uderstand the overall idea and read again so things got pretty clear) Masting EJB is also good thought i did go thourgh much i guess after reading Monson Haelfel i had t just skip many things. but if you are starter on EJB then Mastring might help you since it gives you good starting ... AS you have been advise my other guys ... do try to understand .. i have good understanding of EJB but still i lost marks (i felt so bad .. may be it was my first test) feel free to ask any thing ... people over here are g8 help anyhow good luck. Atif
posted 18 years ago
thanx everyone.... yeah i need a good grasp, but no one mentioned the ejb spex??? did u all go thru them too ?