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hi ranchers,
i started preparing for the architecture exam .i would like to know which book to buy for EJB.most people i talked to seem either o'reily or ed roman book.i would like some objective advice on which book is better from someone who read them both and also their relative merits in tackling various topics.i know many people are going to say just buy the o'reily book and download the ed roman's book .but i like read from a book so thanx u all for any advice -Dimtri Yazov
 
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Hi Dimtri,
I've read both books, and I will strongly recommend the O'Reilly book. I've passed the first part of the certification and I have used the O'Reilly book for the EJB portion of it. It is much better because it covers both EJB 1.0 and 1.1, while Ed Roman's book only coveres EJB 1.0 with an appendix that covers 1.1. Sun also recommends the O'Reilly book, so that should give you some indication on how important it is!
John
 
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Thanks to both of You.
I am now preparing ed-roman Book.
I will definitely go for the O'realy Book.
Bidyut
 
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thanks john for the advice!!!
 
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