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Hi,
I have to start preparing for SCBCD, I have looked from previous post and what I understand is there is not complete book for SCBCD.
I dont have any experiance in EJB and will buy a book and for exam will buy Enthuware mock tests.
My question is :
As I dont have any prior EJB experiance, which book should I buy - "EJB 3 in Action" OR "Enterprize JavaBean 3.0(5th Edition)"?
By looking at the TOC of each book, it looks like Enterprize JavaBean 3.0(5th Edition) contains more examples and how to deploy it on JBOSS
where as "EJB 3 in Action" contains most of the theory.

I am thinking of buying "Enterprize JavaBean 3.0(5th Edition)", please advice.

Thanks,
Subir
 
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