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Hi Ranchers,

I have just started preparing for SCBCD exam. I have worked on Stateless Session Beans but really don't have any other idea what a bean can do... :roll: I've got Professional EJB (a! press) and Head First EJB. Are these book suffice to get the basic understanding of all the beans as well as help me to get a good score in the exam?
 
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Hi Bimal,
If you have previous experience in EJB then i dont think you need any think else other than HF EJB. Just buy a simulator from Whizlab or Enthuware.(cost �11)some 200 questions.
I will suggest Enthuware because i have used it befor for my SCWCD and I find it very useful. I am also preparing for SCBCD exam but I am refering two books. HF EJB and SCBCD Exam study kit by paul Sanghera. it is also a good book.
you can try following links and i hope it might be useful for your preparaion.
http://www.ejbcertificate.com/
register yourself and it is free.
http://www.gayanb.com/scbcd_practice_questions.php
http://java.boot.by/bcd-guide/
http://www.certgear.com/products/info/scdjws.htm
http://www.eplanetlabs.com/scbcd.html
all the best for your preparation

vikas prasad
SCJP1.4, SCWCD1.4
 
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Please visit SCBCD Links
It's got a lot of useful pointers.
 
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I highly recommend the SCBCD Exam Study Kit by Dr. Paul Sanghera. It comes with an exam simulator. Check it out at:
http://manning.com/sanghera
 
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