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SCBCD 5.0 preparation

 
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Hi to All
I have Completed SCJP and SCWCD.

Now I am planning to Prepare for SCBCD 5.0.Can anyome suggest me the good books.from all the discussions i went through.i have found that ejb in action is the best and also O'riley book.

Now is it sufficient to read the chapters 1 to 11 in EJB IN ACTION book
And to read mz notes as to refresh the points for exam.

Is any Exam Guide Like HEADFIRST is going to be released soon.

thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Latha,

as far as I know, there is no scbcd 5 book available.

I am also preparing for scbcd 5. I bought the sun e-practice exam and found that most of the questions can be ansered correctly when you know the details of the specs. When I prepared for the scwcd it was the same. So I think that a third party books can only accompy the learning process.



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