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Hi every body
I got Mastering enterprise javabeans by ed roman and what else tutorial should I cover it for the exam please help because no time and where I can get the specifications
thanks in advance
Tony
 
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Tony,
You can download the specification here.
Cheers,
Mark
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THnaks Mark for your link what else tutorial should cover for the exam any body??
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Hello,
If your planning for buying books Id recommend the Java Enterprise in a Nutshell book from Oreilly, and the Deitel & Deitel Advanced Java 2 how to Program books.
Both books are good, the latter is a bit of a dry read, but has lots of code examples and goes through the code almost line by line!
You can get both books from Amazon. Unfortunately theyre not available as ebooks or free downloads.
Finally you could also try downloading the J2EE Tutorial. I suggest you hit the Sun Java Website hard and have a good look round what they have to offer. You can also download the J2EE reference implentation here as well.
Cheers and good luck!
Mark
 
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