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Hello My Gurus who have given the exam,
I have seen people in the SCWCD exam talking about how someone not knowing anything about JSP, Servlets can pass the SCWCD exam by studying the SCWCD Exam study tookkit book by Hanumath for 15 days..
I want to know the timeframe I am looking at to learn EJB and give the exam?
Is there a book just focussed for the exam?
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Am no EJB Guru except that my last name is Guru and i managed to pass the beta exam.
Yes you can start from scratch and clear this exam.
For the book, refer to this..
refer to this
Head First EJB by Kathy Sierra,Bert Bates.
 
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