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After the SCJP and the IBM XML 142, I decided to get the SCEA certification. I ordered both the prep books (Paul Allen's and Mark Cade's) from Amazon. I already have the "Head First Design Patterns", GOF and UML distilled.

The real unknown for me in this terrain is EJB: I have no J2EE experience & it is unlikely I will use them in the near future. Other parts of the exam look alright.

Should I get a book dedicated to EJB or would the two prep books cover enough?
 
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I don't know about Allen's book but Cade's book is not enough for EJB.
 
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