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ejb3 or ejb2?

 
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Dears...
Iam preparing for SCBCD, and reading Head First EJB (EJB2), and now iam going to switch to EJB3, so what is the new topics on ejb3 that i should read ?
i mean i should re-read all ejb3 book ?
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Originally posted by Alaa Hendi:

i mean i should re-read all ejb3 book ?
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if you would like to learn it, yes!
 
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mmmmmmmmmm, so i there is no new specific topics that i should read..
thanks Patrick Beck
 
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I've seen numerous people who have been successful with the BCD 5 exam by reading this single EJB3 book:

Enterprise Javabeans 3.0

Good luck with your preparations! But like what they said, if you really want to learn the topic, then read them all!

 
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