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EJB & Applet

 
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Hi Robert,
I went through SCJA.de ebook where the EJB and Applet questions are in depth. But in your book basic topics are covered.
Should i study in detail the EJB's .If i should study in detail may i know which book can i refer.
What type of EJB questions will be there in SCJA exam?



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Kavya
 
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no need to study EJB in detail,

just know what EJB technology is about (server side components), and the types of EJBs (session beans and MDB).
 
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Thank you so much for information.
 
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Please tell which book i can refer for EJB
 
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for the exam, no need for a solo EJB book, just read Cameron Mckenzie study guide book.

if you want to learn more about EJBs i recommend EJB in Action.
 
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You are indeed fine with Cameron McKenzies info given in his books. Personally, I also got my hands on EJB before the exam, just to get a picture about it. I went to a online tutorial and basically set up a free application server and deployed a EJB .. kind of the 'Hello World'-EJB

That's it! Don't overstudy them.
 
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