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Hello All,
I just cleared SCWCD last Monday with 81%..Now want to prepare for SCBCD.
But as i am totally new to it, wanted some advice from you.
I have got the Head first book,Its related to 1.3
But as the new version of the exam is released,how to prepare for the new topics?
Head first book suggests to read EJB 2.0 specs,But the new exam says EJB 3.0
i am a little bit confused here what to do?
Also Which App server to use? which one proves to be the best and latest in the technology world?

Thanks in advance.

mallika
 
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Yes, HFEJB is for SCBCD1.3 (EJB2.0). You can still pass this exam if you're interested in it.
If you really want to pass SCBCD5.0 (EJB3.0) instead, you can't use HFEJB. As the exam is very recent, there are few references to it.
You can check Mikalai's Study Guide : http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/
 
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