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Val Dra
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What books would i need to study for SCJA ? I have one Enterprise JavaBeans from Oreilly. What else would i need to get though it ? Also i'd like to know what topics will be covered for first part. Where can i get that info. Thanks.
 
John Wetherbie
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Other books mentioned in this forum that seem pretty good are the J2EE Blueprints book and UML Distilled. Sun used to list the objectives on the Sun Ed site but they seem to have disappeared.
I don't have my printout of the objectives with me. Anyone have this info handy?
 
hanumanth reddy
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To start preparing for J2EA folooing books are needed
1. EJB specification by orielly
2.distilled UML by Flower
3. Thinking in java by Ed Roman
4.Distribted java application
5.java security
http://www.cyberdosti.com
etc
 
hanumanth reddy
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Study the J2EE Blueprints
Read the applicable sections of Core Java 2 (Security, Internationalization, etc.)
Read "Enterprise Java Beans" by Richard Monson-Haefel
Read "UML Distilled" by Martin Fowler
Study "Java Design Patterns" by James W. Cooper (Great Stuff!)
Do the practice tests people mentioned in this news group, esp. Amit Jnagal's and Jaworski's tests.
Learn from http://www.stormpages.com/jnagal/index.html
and if you want to make sure you pass:
Do the J2EE tutorial (Pet Store)

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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