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Learning EJB

 
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Hi,
I just started working with JSP a few days ago a(nd I must admit that I'm not very good at it).
But I've seen several job ads requiring knowledge in EJBs. I can't imagine how long it would take me to learn the more advanced technology considering the fact that I'm still having difficulty understanding some of the basic concepts of JSPs.
Does one have to be proficient in JSP/Servlets before he/she could handle EJBs or does it involve a whole new way of thinking?
Thanks
 
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It is not at all necessary to know about JSP/servlets before dwelving into EJB. But it is a good idea to have high level overview of where JSP/Servlet/EJB fit into .
 
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Try Sun's J2EE tutorial. It gives overview as well as working examples.
 
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