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Hi folks!

I'll do the certification on 20th of July, so, I need help of you guys to tell me if my study material is ok to prepare myself to this certification. I'm thinking about use this list:

- EJB 3.1 Cookbook
- Oreilly.Enterprise.JavaBeans.3.1.6th.Edition
- EJB 3.1 Spec
-  Frits Walraven Notes For Cert
- https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/18260498/Enterprise%20Java%20Beans%203.pdf

What do you think guys? Is this sufficient material?

Best,

Sergio.
 
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You should use epractice labs and enthuware as well. Enthuware points out which session of the JSR 318 is important
For the exam.
 
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One more thing: you should try to download this Ivan Krizsan's study guide https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-0LAG21gaGDN3Jkblk3RnpKMmc/edit?pli=1
It is very helpful.
You can visit this EJB forum more frequently. Our posts are helpful too.

I personally think one month is not good enough if you are new to EJB 3.1. I have been preparing for this exam for 13 months , spent 2-3 hours a day studying.


I have two more days left before I take my exam. I can share my study experience with all of you if I pass it. I am keeping my fingers cross now.


 
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Perhaps some recomments for german (book) readers: I've read "EJB 3.1 professionell: Grundlagen- und Expertenwissen zu Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 - inkl. JPA 2.0 Oliver Ihns, et al"
This book is a very good one. Well, I have to admit, that I've read it twice.

Of course preparing with EPracticeLab and Enthuware is obligated :-)

And last but not least, practice coding and focus on the ascertained topic.

I've passed OCPJBCD with 93%.

What I want to recomment: When you passed the OCPJBCD, keep on preparing for OCEJPA. I you want, read "Java Persistence API 2: Hibernate, EclipseLink, OpenJPA und Erweiterungen Wehr, Harald".
Some topics of OCPJBCD and OCEJPA are the same (e.g. transaction). I have kept on preparing, it was worth and i have passed both.
 
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Hi,

I just started preparing for ejb certification.
I am reading Ivan's notes.
Can you please help me to get Ethuware & Epractice labs material.
 
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Check the ScbcdLinks.
 
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