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Hello folks!
The book "Beginning J2ME From Novice..." is enough for certification SCMAD? Or I will have that to read all the JSRs referring CLDC 1,0 and 1,1, MIDP 2,0, WMA, MMAPI?
 
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Yes you need to read the specifications, I know it is too much but at least 2-3 times you have to read if you are expecting a great result, and try to get hold of Sathyas' notes, I can't remember the link, they are not 100% complete, but very good to study. Hope this information is enough. Regards.. Good luck for the exam..
 
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Ok Ransika deSilva, I go to study jsr's, the notes that you it indicated and the book that I cited before, therefore it I already I bought. Thanks for help-me!!!
 
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