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Manish Mahant
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hello everyone can anyone please tell me which book i should preffered for learning EJB as i dont know anything about EJB...........
 
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I recommend starting off: here.

Next, go to a book store and look around. There's bound to be 2 dozen or so books on the subject. They have EJB books for java experts and beginners just the same, so I'd recommend starting off with one that you think you'd enjoy reading the most. Later on you can get into more advance books, and you can always find tutorials online.
 
sankar singh
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Hi,

You can find 1000 books in a book store.. But what i can suggest is "HeadFirst EJB" is the better one for you. I am enjoying while learning really superb book. Then refer Mastering in EJB (ed -Roman).

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Sankar. S
 
Amir Pourteymour
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I think if you are new to this, "Head first EJB" helps you through with its own way of visual layout. Highly recommended.
 
Ajith Prasad
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Ya that's right, refer Head First then go for some reference books
 
Scott Selikoff
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Originally posted by sankar singh:
You can find 1000 books in a book store.


1000 ejb books? Love to see that book store. While the headfirst series is ok, I'd go far as to say most EJB books aren't all that great. If your completely new to EJB (or java) I'd suggest finding a book you enjoy and feel comfortable with while you slowly digest the spec. Really, the best way to learn it IMHO is by doing online tutorials, or building a real application... the spec is just too massive to read and memorize from a book without getting your hands dirty.
[ March 25, 2008: Message edited by: Scott Selikoff ]
 
Ajith Prasad
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yes, your are right but it hard to follow spec if a person is new to EJB
http://portalandportlets.blogspot.com/
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Manish,
The first thing to do is decide whether you want to learn EJB 2.X or 3.0. They are quite different from each other. EJB 3.0 is the newest version, but EJB 2.X is still in wide use.

And my personal recommendations
EJB 2.X - Head First EJB
EJB 3 - EJB 3 in Action
 
Manish Mahant
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thanks for all your suggestion.This all valuable information for me................
 
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