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How can I begin my EJB"study?

 
Tu Ran
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I passed SCJP examination yesterday,now I want to
further studying in java speially on EJB and J2ee,
Cauld you tell me how I can begin? and How can
I get more information about it?
Thanks a lots
Ran tu
 
Thomas Paul
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There are lots of J2EE books out. Take a look at the Bunkhouse for some reviews. Before you cover EJBs, you may want to look at servlets and JSPs.
 
Shin Hashitani
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Hi,
Web Container part does make sense if know a little about CGI, ASP, or similar technology. If you don't, still it's easier to get started.
Some people, including myself, have very tough time understanding what EJB is and advantages of using it. If you are new to enterprise system, it is tough to get an idea of why they do things in the way they do. I am an unexperienced programmer, so I had the toughest time to get the idea of EJB. Well, it's tough to understand if you don't see the benefit of it.
If you know stuff written above and RMI, I think you can go directly to EJB.
To get an overlook of J2EE architecture, there are books that covers a little about everthying.
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1861005377/qid=1015912995/br=1-14/ref=br_lf_b_14/103-4909462-7205461
There are a lot of books like this one.
If you are interested, or heard about WebLogic
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0130911119/qid=1015912995/br=1-9/ref=br_lf_b_9/103-4909462-7205461
This book gets you started right away.
Anyway, good luck!
 
Brian Nguyen
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If you just start with J2EE and EJB try the book "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans" by Ed Roman. I found the book very comprehensible.
Enjoy.
 
Thomas Paul
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Kabong, your name violates the JavaRanch naming standard. Please update your display name to your real first name - space - real last name. Thanks.
 
Thomas Paul
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You might want to try this book:
http://www.javaranch.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=49&t=000203
 
Dakshinamurthy Ramachandran
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Hi,
Check out this book also. "Enterprise Java Beans" by Tom Valesky.
 
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