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Hello,
I am new to this group. I am certified Java Programmer and Developer and last week I passed XML certification. Now I want to start working on Architect certification. I do not have any experience in EJB or J2EE. I have a few questions:
1. Which should be the first thing to start from?
2. Is there any tutorial/link on EJB from where I can get step-by-step directions to develop small applications using EJB. (for beginners)
3. I have the book Enterprise JavaBeans by Richard Monson-Haefel Second Edition. Do I need to buy 3rd edition instead?

I would be very greatful if anybody could guide me or provide some links from where I can get the direction.
Thanks.
Vibha.
 
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If you do not have any knowledge about EJBs and J2EE, the best place to start is Sun J2EE tutorial at
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial
This will give you a very good idea about J2EE.
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hi there
I think you should get the new latest edition 3.0 of monson haefel book as it also compares ejb 2.0 with 1.1.
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