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Book for SCBCD 5

 
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Hi Ranchers,


I have cleared SCWCD 5 yesterday and I am starting preparation for SCBCD,

I have a small confusion on the EJB book

I dont have any experience with EJB so please suggest me the right book EJB in Action or O'rielly EJB book.


Thanks in Advance
Sri Ginjupalli
 
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EJB In action rocks !!!

Highly recommended
 
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Yes.. EJB3.0 In Action is a good book..
 
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Pro EJB3 - Java Persistence API is good to cover JPA, Entity Manager Operation, JPQL, Persistence Unit and Persistence Context, Transaction management

You can use EJB 3 in action to learn session beans and MDBs

And don't forget to take a look at MZ notes





 
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Thanks for all the reply's Marcos,Niranjan ,khaled

As you all suggested I will start with EJB3 in Action , and then move on to Pro EJB3 - Java Persistence API , and MZ Notes

 
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I also recommend Pro EJB3 - Java Persistence API, it's much better than EJB 3 in Action in JPA topics.
But for other topics, you can read EJB 3 in Action, and MZ's note.
 
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Have a good reading time!
 
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