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Book for preparing the EJB objectives

 
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Hi,
I am hesitating between buying either Enterprise JavaBeans by Richard Monson Heafel or Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans by Ed Roman to prepare for SCEA part 1.
Could anyone of you give a recommendation of which one is the best for preparing the EJB objectives of the exam?
Thanks!
 
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Hi Teani,
I have used Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans by Ed Roman for preparing for the SCBCD exam. It is quite good. In anycase, i strongly suggest you read the EJB spec, in addition to reading one of the books.
The spec is too good and valuable.
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