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Doubts about SCBCD 5.0

 
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Hi to all,

I have a couple of questions for people that cleared SCBCD 5.0 certification:


1. I know there are currently 2 books covering EJB 3.0 , Mastering EJB's (Wiley) and EJB 3.0 (Oreilly), but which one is the best to prepare the exam?

2. Are there already some mock exams available for SCBCD 5.0?

Thanks in advance!
 
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1. I know there are currently 2 books covering EJB 3.0 , Mastering EJB's (Wiley) and EJB 3.0 (Oreilly), but which one is the best to prepare the exam?


I used MZ's note together with EnterpriseJavaBean 3.0 for the beta test.


2. Are there already some mock exams available for SCBCD 5.0?


Seems like there are not much info about the mock exam, however, as Paul mentioned, Enthuware is working on their EJB+ update. Stay tune.

Nick
 
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Hi,

I dont think so, there is any certification guide avaiable for SCBCD 5 besides MZ's Notes.
 
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I read EJB 3.0 specs and MZ notes for revising .
 
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Ok, I will use then the 'EJB 3.0' book & MZ's notes, thanks!

Another one question about mock exams, I would like to know if it would be useful to review the exams available for the SCBCD 1.3, not for the objectives covered by the questions, but for the style of questions...
 
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some related threads ! please concentrate on Bert's posts !
 
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Is there not a Head First EJB book out there for the 3.0 spec?
 
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Is there not a Head First EJB book out there for the 3.0 spec?


Bert said they do not have plans to write HFEJB 3.0, and thus, you may not see this book in a short period of time.

Nick
 
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You may refer to this thread:
https://coderanch.com/t/162663/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/Help-related-SCBCD-Exam

Nick
 
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