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How should I start preparing for SCEA

 
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Hi all
I have been working with Java for the past 1.5 yrs. During my Engg project & SCJP certification & in the MNC that i am working in.
Want to get into the J2EE job stream by getting SCEA.
I donot hv any experience in EJB or J2EE.
How should I start.
Should I start reading & practising SCEA Study guide by Cade & simon roberts
Regards
DC
 
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Hi DC,
if you have no experience in EJB I think it's not enough do read the Cade book. IMHO Cade book is a good way to check your knowledge and to learn something about SUNs expectations.
I also started without EJB experiences. I read Mastering EJB from Ed Roman (you can download it from theserverside.com) and Designing Ent. App. from SUN. During reading Mastering EJB I really understood what happens with the classes and interfaces within the container. In many other books you can read what you have todo, but in this book I understood why.
I'm sure there are many other good books.
HTH
Torsten
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