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I'm planing to take 1Z0-895 exam, what do you thing about EJB 3 in Action, Second Edition? does it cover the exam topics because it is designed for EJB 3.2? or should I stick with 3.1 version?
 
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I first started reading EJB 3.2 in Action to get the general concepts about EJB 3.0. I did not try the code because the code in Chapter 2 does not work.
I then read, JSR 318, Frit's notes and Ivan's notes.
Next step, I am working on Enthuware and EPractice Lab.
 
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