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would any one please suggest few good books on ejb
 
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I use O'Reilly's EJB Book "Enterprize JavaBeans" by Richard Monson-Haefel for ejb theory. I believe it is the best out there. For good examples, I use "Mastering Enterprize Java Beans and the Java 2 Platform" by Ed Roman. Hope this helps
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As a matter of fact, these are the only books on the market that are completely dedicated to EJB. There are a couple of other books (Wrox's Professional JSP and Sams' Building Java Enterprise Systems with J2EE) that cover J2EE or JSP and touch upon EJB briefly. Ed Roman's book definitely is the more code-intensive one between the two; however, it is somewhat dated because it was written for EJB spec 1.0, not 1.1. It does not cover how to use EJB's with JSP's, although you shouldn't invoke EJB's directly from JSP's if you follow Sun's J2EE Blueprint architecture.
 
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hi
Ofcourse orielly book is good for EJB. but, to get an over all idea about server side architecture and Enterprise Java beans concepts, i feel, one should go thru EdRoman's book. u can dowmload from www.theserverside.com .
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