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I want to take up the EJBJava EE 6 version of the exam. I started preparing for the exam using the EJB in action - manning.. It helped me understand the concepts a lot for EJB 3.0. Nowm i want to learn from a book which gives covers the exam objectives and more focussed on the exam syllabus..
Please suggest where to start... for the new version.. For example, if any body already read the EJB 3.1 cookbook or the Orielly javabeans 3,1 book and if they can comment on how well it goes towards exam objectives - then i will be glad to hear that
Feel free to ask me anything!
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A small favour.. I am looking for a book on EJB 3.1 which more aligns along with the exam objectives of the Java EE 6 EJB exam.. As the author of EJB cookbook i beleiev you can already give me the best anwser to the following:
does the book come as a material that is more aligned for the EJB examination (or) as a book which focusses on the concepts/features of EJB 3.1, but not much exam oriented,,, I saw the table of contents alone in amazon but could not conclude anything... Since, we have the source here - i thought i would ask you.. this is my humble request..
Eagerly awaiting your response...
Thanks in advance,
Joined: Jul 07, 2010
Thanks Jayr for the response... To make it more clear for me, could you kindly suggest a book on EJB Java EE 6... I am now almost about to be done with EJB in action - Manning... I am looking for a book which closely lies with the exam objectives (like HF_EJb for 2.1)..
You can also take a look at Enterprise Java Beans 3.1 by Bill Burke and Andrew Lee Rubinger.
If you're looking for something that fits exactly the exam objectives - take a look at Ivan Krizsan's notes which can be found here.
PS. Minor information. It is no longer a Sun certificate. It's an Oracle one ;-)
OCP Java SE 6 Programmer, OCM Java SE 6 Developer, OCE Java EE 6 JSPSD, OCE Java EE 6 EJBD, OCE Java EE 6 JPAD, Spring 3.0 Core Professional.
Thanks alot richard for responding to my request... I totally agree with you.. Just was curious to know how the book was structured... Anyways, thanks agin and looking forward for more books from U....