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Matt R. Hansen
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is the "Train book" the most recommended or is there another book that I should consider learning EJB technologies with. I have worked on the JSP for ejb's but have not had a lot of experience with the ejb back end...
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James Nuzzi
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If you are referring to O'Reilly's EJB book then I would have to say that would be a good place to start.
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Matt R. Hansen
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I am. Thanks for the reply.
 
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Joe McGuire
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The "train" book is O'Reilly Press's "Enterprise Java Beans" by Richard Monson-Haefel. It's been the defacto standard for anyone learning EJBs that I know of.
 
Cheng Fang
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Originally posted by Joe McGuire:
The "train" book is O'Reilly Press's "Enterprise Java Beans" by Richard Monson-Haefel. It's been the defacto standard for anyone learning EJBs that I know of.

when will the new version come out to cover ejb 2? Thanks.
 
Joe McGuire
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Edition 3, covering EJB 2.0, is to be released this month, September, 2001.
Check it out at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0596002262/qid=1000238111/sr=2-1/107-4702205-9982103
 
BJ Grau
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I also recommend the train book. It is pretty much the standard book among my peers for learning EJB.
 
Dennis Hicks
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I also like the "Mastering EJB & the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition" book by Ed Roman, published by Wiley.
I believe that there's a EJB 2.0 version on the way soon - you can look at it on the serverside.com web site if you register and also download the book in .pdf format.
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It�s a great book, and covers the concepts pretty well. You shoul�s use it.
 
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