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which book to begin with for EJB

 
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Hi!,
Anybody please do suggest about which book to go for EJB as a beginner?
 
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Java Server Programming, J2EE 1.3 Edition
Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, 2nd edition
 
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The one from Ed Roman :
Mastering EJB II
 
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Hello,
For beginners Mastering EJB is highly recommended as the other one is slightly above-board for beginners. So go out and study Mastering and then move on to the one by Richar Haefel
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SCJP,SCWCD,IBM certified UML and J2EE
 
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I was a newcomer to EJBs and found Richard Monson-Haefel's book outstanding. The explanations and examples are so good that I can't think of a better written technical book.
 
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What would be the best EJB container or a web server which I can download as part of studying.
Iam just a beginner here. I have WIN 98 and I dont know whether there is anything available for this platform. Any help is appreciated.
Thanks
 
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Try J2EE RI 1.3.1 from Sun Microsystems. You have to tweak your .bat files to really make it on Windows 98. I am using it without any porblem.
 
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