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Rama Krishna Yalamanchili
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Hello Ranchers,
Can anyone suggest additional reading for EJB's. I have already Head First EJB. I am looking for a book with lot of practice examples.... Your suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
YRK
 
Kishore Dandu
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Hello Chilli,
You have been ignoring my private posts to you.
In any case, Ed Romans book about EJBs is pretty good. Bitter EJB book by Bruce Tate is nice too.
You might also want to look at the usability of Message driven beans. They are cool and give true asynchronous real time sense to the system.
Kishore.
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Rama Krishna Yalamanchili
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Thanks kishore,
Any suggestions on the same note for Servlets and JSP�s?
TIA,
YRK
 
Kishore Dandu
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Ramki,
For JSP, I like "Web Development with JSP" by Duane Fields et al. and for Servlets "Java Servlet Programming" by Jason Hunter is the defacto bible.
For more advance JSP stuff you can go for "Advanced Java Server pages" by sun press written by David Geary is decent. That is what I use.
Java ranch rates "Pro JSP" by Simon Brown as the best go to book for JSP. I haven't used it yet. You can also go for that.
Kishore.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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