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Shuchita Deshpande
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Hello,
1. I'm interested in learning EJBs and would like to know some books and links where I could get online tutorials for the same.
2. How do I start, as I know nothing about the topic and have just a fair idea about JavaBeans...
3. Any tutorials on using WebLogic.. or anything explaining WebLogic would be helpful too.
Oh, and do I have to learn JSP for this???
Thanks !!
 
Ram Kondawar
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Hi Shuchita
Mastering EJB by EdRoman is a good book to start with.U can down load this book from Theserverside.com.
For weblogic, u can visit the BEA site and go thru their online documentation.
If u know jsp, it is helpful, but it is not must.
All the best for your learning effort.

Ram
 
Amol Dharmadhikari
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Hi Suchita,
A good book is -
Enterprise JavaBeans - Richard Monson-Haefel (O'Reilly)
For weblogic, you can try their documentation at - http://www.weblogic.com/docs51/resources.html
A nice EJB tutorial is here - http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/J2EE/Intro/session.html
About starting on EJB's, I would recommend starting with RMI, servlets and JDBC and getting a fair idea of their API and then delve into EJB's. However if you are pressed for time, you can directly jump from servlets to EJBs.
No, you dont have to know JSPs.
Best wishes,
Amol
 
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