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Hi any entrerprise java bean (ejb) plaese help me out.I have completed scjp & still out of job Ii want to build my carrer as a programmer but people say that only having the knowledge of core java wont lend u in good jobs. I am planning to go for advance coures in java & want to establish myself as a core java programmer.There are two options for me either JAVA DEVELOPER or ENTERPRISE JAVA BEANS .so plese suggest me where to go .any one of u in the usa please elaborate more about carrer in enterprise java beans.
any one who has done ejb cousre please tell me the links from where i can get all the details of ejb like downloading tutorials (i am not able to find it please give me the exact page of free tutorials from sun for ejb) & also give me all the other details like downloading software, specifications, sample codes, books to study & etc.
I know it will take pains to help me but guys i am in need of it. please reply soon
imp message: any ejb specialist please give me your e amil id mine is pawarlatif@rediffmail.com
 
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Hi Abdul. I am going to move this to the Jobs Discussion forum. You should get some better results there.
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You can find the J2EE tutorial here...
J2EE Tutorial
from there try the blue prints...
Java Blue Prints
Good luck and don't despair, thing will get better
 
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I am just starting out with EJB, so maybe my 2 cents will help of what I found so far...
The best EJB book is "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans" by Ed Roman (Wiley Publishers). Search these forums for alink to the free PDF version.
Download Oracle JDeveloper 9i. It's free, and will spare you some of the confusing issues of deployment. Ultimately, you will want to know how to hand-code descriptors, etc. But in the beginning, you can use this tool to concentrate on programming. It even has a built-in EJB container/J2EE server.
I think that most companies have very different methods of building/deploying. It is different for every app-server out there, so learn the skills that will apply to any job first.
Once you are comfortable, download evaluations of WebLogic, WebSphere, JBoss, JRun. All can be downloaded for free, and you can learn deployment tools and administration.
 
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