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J2EE books

 
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Coujavascript:%20x()ld any one tell me which is the best J2EE book???
 
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J2EE (or rather, JEE, as it is called these days) is a huge subject that can't be covered in a single book. What part(s) are you specifically interested in?

You can find book reviews about Servlets and JSP at http://www.javaranch.com/bunkhouse/bookSearch.jsp?category=Servlets,%20JSP%20and%20Tag%20Libraries and reviews of other J(2)EE books at http://www.javaranch.com/bunkhouse/bookSearch.jsp?category=J2EE
 
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certainly a subjective question,
and as mentioned a subject not to be fully covered in any single book,

I particularly like Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, Burke & Monson-Haefel, from O'reilly if you're looking for EJB information.
 
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