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SL-351 and FJ-310

 
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Hi All,
who can provide SL-351 and FJ-310 courses,or the links about them,
I am preparing the SCBCD,but now I only have the Spec. thanks.
 
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just study the specs and do some examples from J2EE RI and study the head to first ejb book will be enough.
 
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Billy Tsai:
thanks,I have read the Spec before,but havent used EJB in project,can I pass it?I only wrote some examples about EJB. it is much easier for me to pass the exam if I can read the two courses.
thanks again.
 
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Head First EJB is a good study guide for SCBCD and you can easily pass the test without taking any classroom courses. Most of the Javaranchers have passed without taking any courses. But if you are interested to improve ur EJB knowledge, then go for the courses.....
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