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Appearing without reading EJB Spec

 
Ashik Uzzaman
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Never mind Kathy.
I am appearing the exam day after tomorrow without reading EJB Spec only because I could not effort the time (as well as ink+paper) to print 570 pages spec. Instead I read Ed Roman's book upto bean relationship (chapter 11) and now thinking to have a quick look at Monson_haefel. I read them while going to and returning from office (2 hours).
Do you think Ed Roman's book is not enough, specially as I am wondered at how easy EJB became after reading this book? Should I spend reading EJB spec in my 17" monitor for a few hours rather than going to Manson's book now for these two days?
Just need your 2 cents.
 
Matthew Anderson
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Hi Ashik
I would suggest the specs since all of the questions are from there.
Good luck!
 
Hung Tang
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I haven't read the books you mentioned but all the questions comes from the spec which I used to prepare for the exam.
Good luck.
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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Well then, I'll try to have quick look at spec, if possible, in the morning tomorrow for a few hours.
 
Vedhas Pitkar
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I think that the specs r a must.
 
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