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Which is the best book to prepare for the ejb3.2?
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Do you mean to prepare for an exam?
 
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Nice to hear from you. I want to prepare for the exam and for the ejb application development also
 
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Don't know myself, but https://coderanch.com/wiki/659897/OCEEJBD-Links has some useful information.
 
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EJB 3 in Action, Second Edition is pretty complete and it does cover 3.2.

eBooks at Manning go on sale for 50% quite often.
 
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Note that there is not one single book to prepare you for the exam!  
Start your preparation by reading either EJB 3 in Action (Manning) or Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 (OReilly, 6th Edition).

I have made a summary of the specifications that are important for the certification (check the notes section of the OCEEJBD-Links). Read, understand and study those and finally get the Enthuware mock exams.

Don't forget to write your own code to verify what you have learned.

Good Luck!  ....and don't forget to post your questions in this forum.
 
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Thank you Campbell Ritchie, Tim Moore's, Ron McLeod,frits walraven for your response. And I am happy to be a part of the coderanch. thank you so much once again.
 
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