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Hi Folks,
I am SCJP1.4 and I heard that it's better to take SCBCD than SCWCD since SCWCD is subset of SCBCD. I would like to to prepare for SCBCD and I am looking for materials for the certification.Please pass me on any online books and preparation materials you have for SCBCD.

Thanks alot for your guidance,
Anu
 
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scwcd is a subset of scbcd? i dont think so

there are lots of info on this site....good luck...start on the faqs, and links
 
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Hi
Anupama

I think SCWCD is best option as u have used more JSP/servlets in real time application whereas EJB is used in perticular cases. I know that SCWCD covers large topics but its worth to go for that.
Anyway finally its your decision.

Thanx
Sanjay
 
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Hello

These are some pointers ...

a) SCBCD Exam Study Kit
b) Head First EJB - Kathy Sierra
c) EJB 2.0 Specs - from Sun's website

Please refer to earlier posts in this forum. It has a lot of useful information.

Regards
Ram

[ September 20, 2005: Message edited by: Ramakrishnan Viswanathan ]
[ September 20, 2005: Message edited by: Ramakrishnan Viswanathan ]
 
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