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Are there any other EJB books worth reading?

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Did you try Head First EJB ?
Mastering in Enterprise JavaBean ?
SUN�s J2EE tutorial ? http://java.sun.com/j2ee/1.4/docs/tutorial/doc/
 
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Definately try Head First EJB if you want to do this exam! Did the trick for me, I only used this book, the cheat-sheets from javaranch, some spec-lookup and a bunch of mock exams and got a really good score. Grtz.
 
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