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Yesterday I passed exam with 93%. I prepared for last 4 months with 2 hours daily. Read the following books.
EJB3 Orielly
EJB3 in action
EJB3 pro
Specs
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Question from enthuware were of great help as they gives indication how questions would be in exams and to my surprise couple of question were almost same. I started using enthuware only 2 week before exam.
 
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congratulations.
 
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Hi RakeshS!

Congratulation!

What book do you enjoy more reading in studying EJB 3.0?

What other books do you recommend for this certification?

Cheers!
 
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Heyy Congratulations!!
 
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Congrats!
 
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I like almost all the books. Initially started with EJB in action which is good specially for starting as it explains the things in simple way. Then I went to Oreily EJB3 and after that I read EJB Pro for JPA. EJB Pro was best of all for JPA as it explains the things more elaborately and gives examples with Servlet.
In the end I read the specs for final touch to exams.
 
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