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Hello world,
I am thinking of learning EJB. Other than the tutorial of J2EE, is there a good EJB guide which explains a step by step approach to learn EJB with j2sdk1.2.1 or higher.
Thank you
 
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Does Mastering EJB II qualify? Anyway, you'll have a hard time finding an EJB tutorial using an old version of J2SE
 
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No it is ok even if the tutorial is for the latest ones. I can download the j2sdkee1.4.1 etc. I have mastering EJB 11 book
Thanks
 
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