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Hello All,
Actually I am out of touch with EJB currently. I got the voucher today. Planning to appear for the exam in 20 days. I need suggestions for preparing,
Do I need to go through the EJB2.0 specifications first before going through any book??
Or Can I directly go through the Books??
I have Mastering Enterprise Java Beans by Ed Roman, second Edition.
Is that enough??
I have Richard Monson-Haefel's book on EJB too..but, second edition. How far it is helpful??
I look forward for your suggestions..
Thanks in advance,
 
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Hello,
Looking for suggestions..
Kathy what do you suggest?
Thanks,
 
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You can first take a look at Mastering in EJB written by Ed Roman, but this book covers a lot which didn't specified in the exam, but it is easy to understand more than specification for sure.
Later you need to look through specification carefully, at least 2 times.
 
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Thanks a lot Gang Zhang!!
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Jyothi
 
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