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Thanks, Subbu.
You mean that those suggested patterns are still useful to follow for designing EJB applications ?

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Dear Subramanyam,
I have recently entered the field of EJB development Environment using MVC architecture....Whatwould u recommend as the best possible learning curve for me.....
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Is Apache Foundation's Struts the best framework for MVC? Does anyone have any other recommendations?
 
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Subbu,
I will have a lot of questions and comments after I have read your book!

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What do you think is missing from J2EE??
Any opinions on that?
 
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Welcome Subbu
I have read your earlier books on J2EE server side programming. What is additional or different in your new book. When it is coming out? is there a soft copy available for reveiw.
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