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EJB by Ed Roman

 
Shalini Sher
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I have been going through Ed Roman's EJB book - Mastering EJB - second edition. I came to the conclusion that only the first 11 chapters need to studied to cover the scbcd objectives. Did I conclude right?

Chapters 12 onwards is advanced EJB which is not needed for the exam, correct?

Someone please advice
 
Valentin Crettaz
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I would say that it wouldn't hurt reading chapters 12, 13, 17 as well as appendices C, D and E since they would give you a better preparation for facing some trickier exam questions.
 
n.chenththuran
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dear shalini,use head first ejb, the recommended book for ejb. if u want some similators i can help u. send a mail to chen_uoc@yahoo.com

Rgds,
chenththuran
 
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