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J2EE 1.4: The Big Picture

 
Senthil B Kumar
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Hi Solveig,

Nice to see a J2EE book but with a different approach of not going tooo technical.. or not going tooo theoratical.. gud efforts.. waiting for the book.


Does the book skims through the Messaging Services, Does it Gives the user an Idea about where to use which kind of EJBs (cauz still we can see developers fighting over the issue of type of EJB to be used in an application)

Does the book give perspective in Certifcation programs

Does the book gives any information regarding JSF Architecture ?
 
Nicholas Cheung
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Does the book skims through the Messaging Services, Does it Gives the user an Idea about where to use which kind of EJBs (cauz still we can see developers fighting over the issue of type of EJB to be used in an application)

You may refer to this post:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/314461/EJB-JEE/java/Win-copy-EE-Big-Picture

The author has given an outline of the book. But I guess even it discuss about Messaging Services, it will not be too indepth, as it is an overview of J2EE.


Does the book give perspective in Certifcation programs

I guess it will not be related to any cert programmes, as this is not the main purpose of the book.


Does the book gives any information regarding JSF Architecture ?[/QB]

According to the overview, it seems JSF may not be included.

Nick
 
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