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EJB3.0 in Action

 
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Hi,

is EJB 3.0 in Action sufficient for 100% in SCBCD 5.0 or we need to refer some other books?

Please Recommend other books if necessary...............
 
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Is EJB 3.0 in Action sufficient for 100% in SCBCD 5.0


No, but I think it's enough to get a good grasp on EJB. I would buy an exam simulator to fill in the gaps.
 
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Don't forget to read the Specs, atleast the simplified one.
 
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You need to read the Specs so that you can understand EJB3.0 thoroughly and also you will get a good score.

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