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Hi
Can any one please mention a book on J2EE technologies.

And also whether a J2EE developer should know about various
J2EE patterns, if yes can you mention a book on that.

Thanx in advance
[ May 25, 2006: Message edited by: Parameswaran Thangavel ]
 
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The Proffessional Java Server programming is one the best J2ee books in the market.
 
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Core J2EE patterns by Deepak Alur, Dan Malks and John Crupi is the best book on J2EE design patterns.
 
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Head First Design Patterns is the ultimate book...
This book is written by the authors who has written books for Sun certification exams...
To see the book cover follow the below link
http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/hfdesignpat/chapter/index.html
 
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"J2EE Development Without EJB" by Rod Johnson
 
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