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SCBCB and WebLogic

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Hi all,
I am prepearing to take SCBCD exam with the plan to starting work on WebLogic's developer certification path. After reading a number of topic's in this forum, it looks as if people are recommending reading "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans" to prepare for WEbLogic's exams. However this is the book I have been using to prepare for SCBCD exam. So this being me to the question, how close are these exams?
Do you think there will be a lot of exam work to do WebLogic's exams?
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Hi Chris,
If you want to find a book for SCBCD, I strongly recommend you the book written by Kathy and Bert: Head First EJB. This book is very good for preparing SCBCD, and I think it is the only reference that you needed.
However, since SUN's exams are vendor independent, it may not be suitable for the WebLogic exams, in fact, I dont know the objectives of WL exams, so I cant comment much here.
For the IBM 484 case, I used the reference SCWCD Exam Study Kit for Servlets/JSPs/Pattern part, and HF EJB for EJB part. I dont know whether this can happen in WL exams.
BTW, Oreilly has recently published the book: Mastering WL 8, maybe this can be one of the reference books that on your list.
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