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hi guys ,
i'm thinking of taking SCBCD exam .. & i have this book on EJB by Richard Monson-Haefel..what do you guys think about the book ? is this book enuf to get a good score in the exam .
waiting for ur suggestions ..
Thankx in advance
 
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Did you know we have a dedicated forum for discussing SCBCD questions? I'll be transferring this thread over there. Good luck!
 
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I would recommend Head First EJB and the EJB 2.0 spec. Both are indispensable.
 
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Originally posted by Keerthi P:
I would recommend Head First EJB and the EJB 2.0 spec. Both are indispensable.



Well I guess, if you have HFEJB, then you won't need EJB 2.0 anymore....

But there is a book from Manning coming soon which is "SCBCD Exam Study Kit"... I think that's interesting as well...
 
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