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Which configuration is better to with EJB etc...

 
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Hi Guys,
This might be totally irrelavent question. But i would appreciate if someone can guide me.
I have completed SCJP last week and planning to work on SCBCD from next week on. I do not have much facility at work for preparing.
So planning to buy a system so i can work on EJB etc...at home.
But i am a novice on hardware side. Can someone please guide me what type of system i need to buy. I mean kind of configuration i need to get so i can have some webserver/appserver run on that.
I am looking forward to your response.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Any Windows basic system(256RAM and a processor like Duron/AMD Athlon will do)...You may have to download JDK1.3, J2EE1.3, SUN's reference implementation and TextPad editor for the SCBCD exam.
Good Luck!
 
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