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Getting on top of EJB

 
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Hi,

I used the Head first book for the SCWCD exam and thought it was excellent. I have now started studying for the SCBCD exam using the Head first EJB book and already my eyes are beginning to glaze over. I think this is probably because I had experience building servlet and jsp apps before, but I have no practical experience in EJB. Can anyone point me to practical app building beginner tutorials in EJB, I've looked at the sun site and I didn't click with the blueprints or the tutorials. Also, is there anywhere I can get a .pdf copy of Mikalai Zaikin study notes.

Thanks,
Martin
 
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I was in the same position as you a few months ago.
Before I began reading the book I followed the J2EE tutorial at
http://www.tusc.com.au/tutorial/html
This is a complete J2EE system built from scratch with Session, Entity and MDBs using JBoss and Eclipse.
The material in HFEJB made much more sense after that.

D
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SCJP1.4 SCWCD1.3
 
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Thanks Dan, it looks like a good place to start,
 
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Dan,

What's your SCBCD exam result?

Brenda
 
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Hi Brenda, Martin.
Great news:
http://www.javaranch.com

Dan
 
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I think your link should be https://coderanch.com/t/139361/sr/certification/Passed-SCBCD-no-prev-EJB

Thanks for your sharing!!! It is useful for me.

I hope I can get good mark as you.

Thanks again.

Brenda
 
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