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About topics from O'Reilly book for beta test

 
qadir sabri
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Originally posted by Andrew Perepelytsya
1. O'Reilly. Enterprise JavaBeans 3rd Edition by R.Monson-Haefel - I can definitely say that if you
haven't read this Book, you cannot call yourself a serious EJB developer
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I have bought book O'Reilly. Enterprise JavaBeans 3rd Edition by R.Monson-Haefel can any one tell me
which topics or chapters are important from the test point of view.Bcz it seems difficult to read hole
the book and to digest it.
Kathy
I have downloaded and installed J2EE SDK v1.3.1 it is documentation,isn't it? Is there any thing more
which i can get.is IBM's sample paper effective for this beta test,and what about whizlabs's simulator


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All the chapters are important
 
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You can definitely exclude chapter on CMP 1.1, which is only in case you ever need it. In fact, look through the first messages of the forum, there is a list of topics NOT on the exam (CMP 1.1, BMP, etc.)
 
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Please read the objectives and read the corresponding chapters from the book.
 
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Does EJB learners consider Manson-Haefel's book as number one and Mastering Java 2 as number 2 generally? Or is it the reverse case? I have both. I think for a less experienced guy Mastering EJB 2 should come first than O'Reilly book. But for the rest of the java development life, O'Reilly's book should be kept in hand.
Just my opinion!
 
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Thank u guys :roll:
but what about IBM's sample paper and whizlab's simulator
 
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