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Hi there,
I am new to EJB's and need some recommendation on books .My primary goal is to clear the SCBCD certification part 1.
I have completed Ed Romans Book. Please guide me for the next step.
 
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Hi Balu,
I would recommend you read through the EJB Specification. You can find a link to it, and to other useful information, on the JavaRanch SCBCD links page.
Regards, Andrew
 
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SCBCD certification part 1


what is part 1?? Are yoy by any chance talking about SCEA and not SCBCD?
 
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Sorry........
I meant scea part 1 ..Please consider and guide me for that
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http://www.javaranch.com/scealinks.jsp
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moving this to the SCEA forum -- please continue the helpful suggestions there!
 
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