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Hi guys,

I have just started my career in java/j2ee tech. I really want to learn EJB/JMS and other j2ee components.
Can you guys suggest me any good book or online tutorial to start with EJB.

Thanks a million

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To learn the basics I would recommend Mastering Enterprise Java beans by Ed Roman. It is available as a free download For the advanced concepts you could use Enterprise Java beans - Richard Monson Haefel. There is a Head First book available in case you find their style appealing.
 
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