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good book for EJB3.0

 
Nasir Hussain
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Hi All ,

I have cleared SCWCD5.0 with 98%.

Now preparing for SCBCD5.0, please let me know the good book for EJB3.0 and also for the exam point of view.

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That's a great score. Congrats!
 
Paul Michael
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O'reilly EJB 3 or EJB 3 in action. (I personally used the O'reilly book)

If you want a free resource, you can also use Mastering EJB 3.

But in order to get a good score, you will also need to read/have additional materials (like MZ's guide plus a decent simulator like Enthuware's)
 
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Also try O'Reilly's EJB 3.0 book. It is a very comprehensive book towards learning EJB 3.0 concepts.
 
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Check it out this link: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScbcdLinks

Also, following those tips: http://www.coderanch.com/forums/
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Nasir Hussain
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Thanks Everyone for your reply. I will definetly go for OReilly's EJB 3.0!!
 
Sanjay Surya
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Can I follow

Ejb 3.0 Spec
http://java.sun.com/products/ejb/docs.html

or
Open Ejb 3.0 Spec
http://openejb.apache.org/3.0/ejb-30-specification.html

Please Assist
 
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Congratulations,
Nasir if you are new to EJB go for EJB3 in action, I read both (EJB3 in action and O'reilly book) and O'reilly's is a bit not aesy to follow I think O'reilly's start making sense after reading EJB3 in action.

Good Luck
 
Akhil Maharaj
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Hi all,

Where do I get the document describing EJB3.0 sepc . All I get from sun is the document , which is nothing but API

THanks
Akhil
 
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The EJB 3 spec can be found -not too surprisingly, really- under the link described as "Ejb 3.0 Spec" above. It points to the spec, the javadocs and the class files.
 
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Hi

Dont miss the EJB 3.0 SPEC before Taking the EXAM..

Here is the Link
http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr220/index.html
 
Akhil Maharaj
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Thanks for providing the link for Specs. It looks like I have to start digging into specs.
 
Juan Handal
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Nasir this is the latest book

and is a good one:

http://msikora.typepad.com/michael_sikora_on_java_ee/2008/10/index.html


http://www.packtpub.com/developer-guide-for-ejb3/book%22

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Java Persistence API SPEC is must for SCBCD 5.0 Exam....Or CORE Spec alone is enough
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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