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Hi everyone,
I recently passed scjp2 and that's all I know about java. I'm interested in EJB, will I be able to handle any beginner book or do I need to attend a course ? Also do suggest a book that is easy to follow for a beginner .
Thanks in advance.
 
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You can probably start with the EJB tutorials on the Sun site.
After that you can check out various books available in tha market.
I personally found Enterprise JavaBeans, O'Reilly publication &
Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans -Ed Roman(Wiley pub) good.
Both books have their share of bugs/typos.
Some of the topics may be a bit complex to understand initially
...but you will get a descent idea of the technology involved &
later when you work hands-on you will get a more complete picture.
Happy Reading.
 
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Well i personaly feel that u should buy at least one bookon EJB
1. mastering EJB-Ed Roman
2. O'Really
these r good books
Rahul
 
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Actually, after reading "Enterprise JavaBeans" by Tom Valesky
and "Enterprise JavaBeans" by Richard Monson-Haeffel, I then
read the EJB specification and found the specification to be the
most informative document out of those three. I don't know if
I got lots out of the spec because I read the books prior to the
spec, but (heck) what have you got to lose? You can download the
spec from the java web site!
Cheers,
Avi.
 
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Can you provide a link to the EJB specification for those of us that our new the EJB's?
 
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The EJB 1.1 spec can be found at http://java.sun.com/products/ejb/docs.html
 
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