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what are the good book for EJB newbie ?

 
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hi, have a nice day every EJB expert here , i new to EJB , due to project requirement, i have to pick up EJB skill , my question is what asre the best book for EJB newbie ? thank you very much for answering
 
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Hi,

Head First EJB is a good book to start with.

Thanks
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hi ,
Here u can get free downloadable pdf by ed roman ,just check it out its a good one .
http://www.theserverside.com/books/wiley/masteringEJB/
 
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Hi

Beginning J2EE 1.4

SPD publication (Apress) is nice for beginner

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thanks all for reply
 
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HEADFirst EJB is awesome.
 
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Enterprise Java Beans from O'Reilly by Richard Monson-Haefel is also a good book with lot of examples. Also the latest edition comes with JBoss workbook which is nothing but a set of examples/exercises to assit you in learning the principles. The text is little descriptive, but from my point of view, that is good; because it will help to cement the ideas and principles of J2EE/EJB

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