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Hi all,
I am preparing for the SCBCD exam, and recently I found out that the exam that is offered by sun is for EJB V3.0 and I have been studying EJBV2.0.
Could some one please help me as to how can I upgrade myself eaisly so that I can learn only what was not there in EJB2.0 ?
Is there any book that will help people like me, that gives only details/differences between the two versions ?
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I think you should purchase "EJB 3 In Action" (or any other book you prefer) and findout the difference. There may be lot of things new to you as annotations and EJB 3.0 entities are highly involved. Good luck for your preparation.
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Hello Niranjan:

As mentioned in previous forums, there is a big difference between the specifications 2.0 y 3.0
However, in the book "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0" chapters 2 and 3 analyze the subject.
If you start with technology 2.0 Ideally the end of studying the industry because there applications
that still possess, "this is a value added".
I can recommend the documentation that I am using:

- Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0
- Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, Fifth Edition

Obviously you should certainly check "SCBCD 5.0 Study Guide" de Mikalai Zaikin.

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