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What to read from Ed

 
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Hello,

Before jumping in Head First EJB, I am reading Ed Roman. The book is pretty good and till now itz smooth sailing.

I need your help in eliminating unwanted reading from Ed Roman.
The book has a chapter "Adding Functionality to Your Beans" after "MDB chapter".

Do you think I need to read this for SCBCD purpose or shall I skip it and go for Transactions.
 
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It contains environment entries and security related info. Better read it.

Refer the objectives for the exam from time to time and you will be able to choose even articles properly from a book.

Regards,
Leena
 
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thanks for the directions, me jumping in now
 
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