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cleared exam but how do i go about???

 
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Cleared the exam.But right now don't have much practical exposure with ejb.How do i start implementing the different beans and get hands on experience thru EJB.kindly guide me on this aspect.Thanx
 
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You can continue your study with ICED. It focus on how you develop J2EE applications using WAS and WSAD.

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This Workbook may help you get good hands-on excercising the different types of EJBs.
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thanx keerti.Any more suggestions,wud really be helpful.
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