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HI all

I am new to the forum. I have purchased a book Head First book for SCBCD . But I really confused that this book is for SCBCD (EJB 2.0) . But according to my knowledge sun is proving only certifaiction for EJB 3.0. so any one can tell me from which book i have to start. I am very new to EJB.
 
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Yes, Head First is for SCBCD1.3 (EJB2.x), so it's not for the current exam. Check the SCBCD Links for a list of recommended books.
 
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EJB 3 book by O'Reilly, 5th Edition.

 
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Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 from O'Reilly is really good although I have to admit that I haven't read the other books proposed by Kengkaj.
 
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