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Regarding Ebb 3.0

 
Patel Ashish
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Hi Virendran,

I have one question regarding EJB 3.0
I am new in EJB. So for clearing part1 i have to read whole book or some concepts like session bean, entiry bean etc ??

I highly appreciate for your help.

Thanks
Ashish Patel
 
N Sharma
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Hi Ashish,
You need to understand the EJB concepts very well. EJB is a very important topic for this exam.

I don't think skimming through few important topics will help you. You can skip the code but without code concepts may be difficult to grasp at the first instance.

Sorry for a word of caution, without strong EJB this exam can be difficult to pass. EJBs are considered the core of J2EE technology.
 
Juan Pablo Crossley
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Take a look of this How to pass SCEA 5 this should give you a good overview of what you need to know about each subject.
 
Patel Ashish
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Thanks for giving me help.
 
P Das
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If you just ask on ejb 3.0, I would like to share my sincere thanks to Krishna Srinivasan for the easy-to-understand small article "What's New in EJB 3.0" in java.net and "EJB 3.0 in Action" (Manning).

Hope, this is helpful information to you.
 
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