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EJB section for SCEA

rania ferrag
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Joined: Feb 04, 2004
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Hi Every one !!

I decided on last few days to study for SCEA, and many times went throw this interesting Forum regarding the SCEA exam, first to find out which books needed for this Exam and have some feedback regarding those that had already passed the Exam.

Most Suggest Ed Roman book "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans" for EJB...I had this book since a week and started to read it. As I have no experience with EJB before, I want to ask you what chapters that I have to concentrate more for SCEA?
Please if some one Had study on ED Roman book for the exam and can direct me, really will help me to concentrate just on those chapters, I have BUSY schedule and I want to concentrate more on the part that are included in the Exam.

Thank you so much in advance for your answer

Regards,

Rania
Deepak Bala
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You can skip parts that describe a Message driven bean but you will pretty much have to learn the other stuff to get an overall view of session and entity beans.


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rania ferrag
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Thank you so much for your reply and your advise

Best Regards,
 
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