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suggest a book for EJB

 
sravana reddibathini
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can any body suggest a good book and web resources for ejb ?.
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qudsia
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'Mastering EJB and the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition' by Ed Roman. Here is a link to a review: Matering EJB
 
Amit Chawla
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The book is certainly very good, but, it is around EJB 1.0... A lot has changed since then. You could use this book as a starting point and then move to somthing that details the use of EJB 1.1..
The book by Wrox is most certainly a complete reference, Professional Java Server Programming, J2EE Edition. Here's a review: http://www.javacoffeebreak.com/books/archive/professionaljavaserver_j2ee.html

BTW, this is my Bible!
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John Bateman
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Originally posted by Amit Chawla:
The book by Wrox is most certainly a complete reference, Professional Java Server Programming, J2EE Edition. Here's a review: http://www.javacoffeebreak.com/books/archive/professionaljavaserver_j2ee.html

The WROX book "WROX"!
It's also my bible.. touches a bit on EJB 2.0 also which is nice since alot of books suffer from version lag.
The examples are great because they don't center around only one application so you see a bunch of diffrent implementations of your EJBObjects / Architectures.
WROX books are a tad pricey though.. but this one is worth every penny. It's also my bible for EJB.
O'Reilly book was great too, but after 300 pages of Titan Cruises I vowed never to sail again!!! For technical information and ease to read it's a pretty decent buy. I just had a problem with there being only one example of an application. I had questions like "what if I did this" and the book never really went beyond it's cruise ship example.
O'Reilly: ISBN: 1-56592-869-5 but make sure you have the 2nd Edition. I've seen the 1st Edition in the stores still and it's outdated.

[This message has been edited by John Bateman (edited June 13, 2001).]
 
Mike Burnham
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I've read the O Reilly book Enterprise JavaBeans. It gives a good overview for starting out.
 
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'Mastering EJB and the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition' by Ed Roman. Here is a link to a review: Matering EJB

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