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hi,
i have good hands on experience in java servlets and jdbc. I am interested in learning struts and ejb's. please suggest me a good book or any online tutorial/material from where i should start with.
thanks..
nidhi
 
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Hi,

For Ejb someone already suggested me too this reference in my earlier post :
http://theserverside.com/books/wiley/masteringEJB/index.tss

and for struts :
http://struts.apache.org/userGuide/index.html
http://www.reumann.net/struts/main.do
 
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Originally posted by Nidhi Singhal:
hi,
i have good hands on experience in java servlets and jdbc. I am interested in learning struts and ejb's. please suggest me a good book or any online tutorial/material from where i should start with.
thanks..
nidhi



My personal recommendation is: don't. They're both awful technologies (EJBs much more so than Struts but never the less). Look at some other J2EE based technologies instead: eg Hibernate for persistence, Spring for gluing applications together and either Spring or Tapestry for a Web framework.

Bruce Tate does a good job of explaining why: Don't Make Me Eat The Elephant Again

If you want to read a good book (I'd recommend reading this anyway) then try "J2EE Development without EJB" by Rod Johnson, published by Wrox.

You'll thank me.

Edward
[ January 10, 2005: Message edited by: Edward Kenworthy ]
 
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