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Chapters to read from OReilly Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 (6th Edition)

 
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Hi ,

I am preparing for OCEBCD exam, I am reading OReilly Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 (6th Edition) book for this purpose.
I find that Part III of this book contains chapters related to Persistance. From this exam point of view, and from the exam objectives specified by oracle, I can make that I can skip the chapters from the Part III : EJB and Persistance of this book.
Kindly confirm me if I can do so.

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-Pankaj Shet.
 
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yes you safely skip parts related to Persistence. same you will do with ejb 3. 1 specs as well. all the best
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Gurpreet
 
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Hi Gurupreet,

Thanks for your reply,
Please let me know whether I can skip Chapter 20 and 21 too from the above book as they are related to web services...
and Exam objectives do not specify any topic about Web Services.
Please do confirm the same with me.

Thanks,
-Pankaj.
 
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