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Hi all -
I have cleared SCJP. I want to know if its a good idea to take SCBCD and then SCWCD (I want to wait for the HF servelts and jsp to release).
If so, what are the books that you suggest for SCBCD? Is HF ejb sufficient?
Thank you!
Raha
 
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I have cleared SCJP.


Congratulations!!!
Now you can start picking the java exams which you want go from here.

I want to know if its a good idea to take SCBCD and then SCWCD (I want to wait for the HF servelts and jsp to release).


IMHO, it's perfectly all right to take either one first. SCBCD focuses on EJB and SCWCD on JSP and Servlet.

If so, what are the books that you suggest for SCBCD? Is HF ejb sufficient?


If you've experience in EJB, I would say HF ejb is sufficient. Otherwise, you may need other reference books such as "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans" (a free pdf version can be downloaded here ). I would suggest go through the EJB 2.0 spec at least once.
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Originally posted by Joyce Lee:
If you've experience in EJB, I would say HF ejb is sufficient. Otherwise, you may need other reference books such as "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans" (a free pdf version can be downloaded here ).


I'm getting a requested file not found on that link. But http://www.theserverside.com/books/wiley/masteringEJB/ got me farther...
--Dale--
 
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Originally posted by Dale Seng:

I'm getting a requested file not found on that link. But http://www.theserverside.com/books/wiley/masteringEJB/ got me farther...
--Dale--


Could you see "DOWNLOAD THE FREE PDF" just below the picture of the book cover? Click on that. Before you can download the pdf, you have to register first and it's free!!
Joyce
 
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Many thanks to you Dale, for your clear reply that resolved all my doubts.
Radha
 
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I meant thank you Joyce(sorry I got your name wrong before) !!
Thanks to Dale too.
Radha
 
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