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Java Beans and EJB

 
Anonymous
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I may sound silly but I'm not able to get answers to the following questions and am very much .
1. I'm a SCJP now and am thinking to go further with Java with EJB as my first step. But before starting EJB, do I need to know about Java Beans???
2. Is there any relation between Java Beans and EJB??
3. What are the good books to start with?? Is sun's site OK to start knowing what's EJB??
Thanks in advance for any replies.
Prabhu.
 
Aaron Robinson
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Java on the server is the way to go. Concentrate on J2EE and in particular EJB.
Best book I've seen is by Monson-Haefel although Ed Romans is now free at www.theserverside.com
You need to know EJB for the new architects certification called SCEA.
There are two similarities between Java Beans and Enterprise Java Beans. The are both based on components and they are both called beans. Beyond that they are a different kettle of fish altogether.
If you spent some time reading articles on the Sun site you would soon find this out as well as a whole host of other information.
 
Nila alurkar
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EJB -Mainly focus on server side,non-GUI Oriented
Bean- Mainly Client side,little server side,GUI Oriented
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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