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Hi ,

I am completely new to ejb's , can any body suggest me some really good books to start with . I have one copy of Allamraju and a there is one more from sun .


Please help me


regards
 
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Hi,
You can try out Mastering EJB by Ed Roman third edition. Here is the link for second edition.
http://www.amazon.com/Mastering-Enterprise-JavaBeans-2nd-Roman/dp/0471417114
 
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I'm reading the Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 5th edition, from O'really.
It's an excelent book.
Take a look at that.
 
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I'm particularly partial to Beginning EJB 3 Application Development: From Novice to Professional:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1590596714/ref=pd_rvi_gw_1/002-0255731-2231223?ie=UTF8

Of course, I'm a co-author! We spent over a year writing it, and we just released it this past week. It's targeted at Java developers who are new to EJB or have worked with EJB 2.x. Lots of code samples, on-line examples using ant and Glassfish (Sun's reference implementation).

Raghu and I are going to be hosting a chat on the book and on EJB 3 in general later this month, and I hope you will join us.

Regards,
Jon
 
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Jon,

Your Book looks good, I am planning get one soon.

I have a question, which versions of weblogic and websphere servers supports EJB 3.0

regards

RR
 
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Looks like there is a preview version for WebLogic
http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs92/ejb30TP.html

I haven't heard about support for EJB 3.0 in WebSphere yet.

Corrections are welcome.

Raghu
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Depends on if you are looking to understand EJBs for the SCBCD path or if you want to understand J2EE concepts and more importantly what to avoid in J2EE development.

If you are more interested in how to not screw up a J2EE project, then I highly recommend that you read:

Rod Johnson's J2EE Development without EJB
 
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Originally posted by Rick Roberts:
Depends on if you are looking to understand EJBs for the SCBCD path or if you want to understand J2EE concepts and more importantly what to avoid in J2EE development.

If you are more interested in how to not screw up a J2EE project, then I highly recommend that you read:

Rod Johnson's J2EE Development without EJB


There is certainly a lot of good stuff in Rod's book that still applies, but remember that it was written about EJB 2 before EJB 3.0 came out. Rod has since written the foreword for our book Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API and strongly endorses EJB 3.0 JPA.

-Mike
 
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