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SCBCD Preparation

 
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Hi,

Iam novice to EJB related stuff, I even donot have any work experience regarding java in real time.
Iam planning to write SCBCD exam, so started reading EJB 3 in Action but iam unable to follow the concepts.
Can some body please guide me which book / material is suited for beginer like me,
first i would like to learn basic concepts thouroughly so that i can follow all the materials specified in the forums.


 
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EJB3 In Action is easiest book available for beginers, but there is also other book EJB3.0 from Orielly which is also good for beginers with simple practical code
 
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I think EJB 3 in Action is very easy to read, it's for beginners.
If you don't understand, you may consider to stop the preparation, and get working experience first.
 
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Hi guys,

Thank you so much for your valuable guidance. I will start preparing EJB 3 in Action

 
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