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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.

 
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