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Hi Ranchers,

I am planning to write SCBCD exam next month. Reading the forum, it came to know me that "EJB 3 in action" is a good book to study SCBCD. What about enthuware exam simulator, will it help me to clear the exam? And what is the complexity level of the exam?

I do not want to go through with the specs, so is this OK to read ejb3 in action, MZ notes and enthuware simulator?

Thank you,
 
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What about enthuware exam simulator, will it help me to clear the exam?


I found it a great complement with EJB3 In Action. The book is not 100% exam oriented, so the simulator helps to focus on exam oriented topics.


I do not want to go through with the specs, so is this OK to read ejb3 in action, MZ notes and enthuware simulator?


I think you'll have to refer to specs when you use the simulator. MZ notes are based on the spec, so you might not need to go through them completely.
 
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Don't fear the specs! The Notes of Mikalai Zaikin (lot of thank to him) are mostly an excerpt of the specs, sometimes I understood better by reading the spec itself.

I don't know the book "EJB3 in Action", sounds good.

You can't do the exam only by reading, you must act with these things.
- Ethuware 5 mock exams helped me a lot
- try things on a EJB 3.0 Container (I used JBoss, because it was already installed, next time I would try Glassfish)

Klaus
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Thank you Klaus!
Thank you Christophe!

Based upon your suggestions, i am planning to follow this way:
1. Go through the "EJB 3 in action"
2. Enthuware mock exam, (refer to specs if required)
3. MZ notes

One more thing i want to ask. Whizlab is selling discount vouchers, is anybody buying those discounted vouchers, means is this OK to purchase discounted vouchers from whizlabs?

Thanks,
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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