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HF EJB and EJB-QL

 
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Hi K & B
Is the coverage of EJB-QL in your book is good enough for real-time applications? Or it covers only SCBCD point of view?
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I feel that it is good enough for all applications. You can read the EJBQL chapter of the spec.
 
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until now, I think Oreilly EJB book covers EJB-QL very well. I found the spec a little tough to follow especially for EJB-QL. But once you are done with the Oreilly book, you s'd not have any issues following the spec.
But am sure K&B w'd have dealt with it in a very intuitive way.
 
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I am looking forward to read EJB-QLsection ( for that matter the entite book) in HF EJB book, I am sure Kathy and Bert have made it very intersting. I wrote beta test with no prepration ( due to time constraints), I also don't have experince in EJB but have a strong SQL background. I actually scored in EJB-QL section very well.
I am hoping that Head First EJB book will help me get through the test by Christmas time ( my internal goal).
Have a great day!
Surendra
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