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Which exam is better. . .

 
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Hi all! Here i would like to ask you people, for which exam i should go for ejb 3.0 or ejb 2.1? And which one is this 5.0. Is it the same as 3.0? Please suggest...
 
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And which one is this 5.0. Is it the same as 3.0?


SCBCD5.0 is about EJB3.0.

Which one you should go for ? It depends on your intention. If you don't care about the old EJB2.0, you should skip it. But if you're interested to know more about them, before getting into the new EJB3.0, then go for it.
Note that there aren't any books aimed specifically at SCBCD5.0 yet.
 
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please refer to:
https://coderanch.com/t/162882/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/Passed-SCBCD-sharing-experience
 
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Thanks for the reply. Here i would like to ask is that after seeing the SPEC, ejb3.0 spec seems to be of very less pages (around 100). Whereas the ejb2.0 spec consists of around 600 pages. Can we say that ejb3.0 is not that difficult(here i mean less time consuming)?
 
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