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suggest me for ejb.

 
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Hi.
im new to ejb and dont know abt it.

can u suggest best book/links to start off.

im having jboss to work with.


thanx fot ur response in advance
 
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buy "Head First EJB".
It is the best book to start with.
 
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"Mastering Enterprise Java Beans", "Enterprise Java Beans 4th edition", and the EJB spec.
 
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