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Shah Chunky
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Hello Friends
Can someone tell me what is the HW & SW Requirement for learning EJB. Do i need any training from any Institute or can i do learn on my own using
my home PC.
R there any resources availiable for EJB on Net.
Thanks.
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Shah Chunky - Sun Certified Java2 Programmer.
 
Marcos Maia
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Hi, I think you should start reading the j2ee tutorial from sun, there you�ll find all the information you need to start.
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/doc/J2eeTutorial.pdf
Have fun.
 
Amol Dharmadhikari
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Chunky,
you need a EJB container, application server and a database to
run EJBs. Download Weblogic app. server. It is free for a trial
period. You can do all this from your home PC. No need to join
any training institute.
There is a fair amount of documentation on Sun's site and also
on Weblogic's site.
But for starters, you can consider downloading and reading the
book 'Mastering EJBs' from http://www.theserverside.com
It is free.
Good luck!
Amol
 
johnson sahayaraj
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Hai,
EJB is a Middle Ware Technology, so that effecient knowledge on Client Server Technology need to be studied. And also have some knowledge about Java's RMI Technology before jumping directly to EJB.
Thanks and Regards,
P.Johnson
 
Mahesh Kulkarni
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Hi Chunky,
I found Mastering EJB by ED Roman Book very useful to start with.If you are comfortable with basic java and RMI,I think this is the best book.
Please go through this book.
Bye
Mahesh
 
Mike Curwen
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One thing to be aware of about the Roman book (which I agree... is a VERY good book)... it is soon going to be two versions of EJB out of date. And EJB is still very new, so sometimes the differences between versions is quite large.
 
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