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SCEA Objective 3

 
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Hi,

Can any one help me in suggesting books for SCEA Objective 3.
I understood that for Objective 3.1 Java Message Service, Monson-Haefel & Chappell needs to be refered.

1) Do i need to read all chapters from Java Message Service, Monson-Haefel & Chappell for Objective 3.1
2) Which book needs to be refered for Objective 3.2; How many Chapters
3) Which book needs to be refered for Objective 3.3 ; How many Chapters.

 
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Hi Raja Ramani,

Books I refered are

1 Java EE 5 Tutorial. Part VI Services.
2 Enterprise Integration Patterns: Designing, Building, and Deploying Messaging Solutions
3 J2EE Connector Architecture and Enterprise Application Integration
4 Java Message Service, Monson-Haefel & Chappell

Cheers!
Prathap.
 
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Remember, you don't always have to resort to buying books. The specifications themselves usually contain more than enough information. IBM Developer Works is also a great resource.
 
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