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the primary book of SCBCD

 
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hi,every one:
I finish my scwcd this morning,since my EJB knowlage is not enough.so SCBCD come into plan.
I have few knowlage about books I can choose.and I live in Beijing,so some book newest in USA maybe not availiable to me now,can some one introduce several mature book about SCBCD?thanks a lot.
 
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Hey Mate.

Congrats on passing SCWCD.
regarding the SCBCD books.

Head First EJB by O'Reilly publications is the best for this exam.Besides this its always good to read the EJB 2.0 specs.

These are the only two resources which are clear,u need to look forward to for passing the exam.
Rest depends upon your wish to devote time for hte exam.there are dozens of books for EJB on the shelves.

Thanks
Gaurav
 
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Thanks ,Gaurav .
I think I should go to find this book as soon as possible .
 
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