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Ejb3 in Action book

 
Vivian Ye
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Chapter 1 to 11 of 'Ejb3 in Action' will be enough for exam?

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Christophe Verré
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Relying on just one book is probably not enough for this exam. Dig into the SCBCD Links, especially Mikalai's study guide.
 
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I think the following will be a good wealth of material to go through.

EJB 3 in Action

Pro EJB 3

MK's SCBCD notes

and of course the EJB 3 Specs.
 
Vivian Ye
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Thanks for the replies.

For the EJB 3 in action book, is it necessary for reading after chapter 12?
 
sanjeev mehra
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is it necessary for reading after chapter 12?

You meant, do you need to prepare; ch.13 to ch.15 in EJB 3 in action?
If you do not get clear answer for this; you can see EJB Exam Objective here;
And to get URL I visited sun site and guess what, exam fees is increased & voucher costs $300 now I have plan to get/upgrade few certs. Anyways no other option.....
[ July 01, 2008: Message edited by: sanjeev mehra ]
 
Vivian Ye
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Thanks sanjeev !

I should've purchased the voucher early, now fee has gone up
 
J J Wright
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EJB 3 In Action is a pretty lightweight book in my opinion and woefully inadequate on its own for SCBCD. The specs should be your primary source of information. I'd second the other poster who recommended Pro EJB 3 for good coverage of the persistence API.
 
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