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hi all,

can any one tell me what all chapters need to be studied for ejb 3.0 in action as am preparing for SCBCD exam.
 
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Just go through the entire book once. Later read the specs and practice from a couple of mock exams.
 
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what do you mean by spec is it api?
 
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Read all the chapters except chapter 16(which is on Spring and EJB3).

Nope, the specs and API are different.The specs are a long document saying exactly how EJB 3 should/shouldn't be used while the API is the classes,methods and interfaces we use when programming with EJB3.

You can find the specs here.

You can find the API here.

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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