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mike jurjovec
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Just wondering if there were any other books besides the red books that anyone has used to pass the IBM 489 test.
Thanks,
Mike
 
Tom Stevns
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Hi Mike !
Here is something from ICE
5. Publication: The Developer's Guide to Understanding Enterprise JavaBeans Applications - A Technical Primer to the EJB Specification from Sun Microsystems
Abstract: Read this reference on EJBs.
To access this book:
Nova Labs:
http://www.nova-labs.com


6. Publication: IBM WebSphere V4.0, Advanced Edition Handbook
Abstract: Read all sections of this Redbook. It contains relevant information on Architecture, Installation, Migration, Security, Application Assembly, Maintenance, Performance Tuning, Problem Determination, Troubleshooting, and Workload Management Scalability.
 
mike jurjovec
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Tom,
Thanks for the reply - I appreciate it. I've been looking for something that will be a study guide for the test, but I've yet to find a book like that (similar to the numerous Java certification bokks). What about:
WebSphere Application Server Bible by Bryon Kataoka
IBM(R) Websphere(R) Application Server
by Ron Ben-Natan, Ori Sasson
Will these references be as reliable/valuable as the official red book, or should I bite the bullet and go all out?
Again, thanks for the response.
Mike
 
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