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Hi Ranchers,
I am new to EJB and no expirence in EJB.Where should i start with, i mean which books are good, when i was going through forums my eye caught on these books

1.EJB IN ACTION
2.Mastering in EJB 3.0 free PDF
3.Head First in EBJ

i would like to know are these books enought or are there any other books.

Thanks in advance,
Vijaya Sravanthi
SCWCD 1.5
SCJP 1.4
 
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I think HeadFirst EJB is for EJB2.0 which is of no use now, as we have to write EJB3.0 exam
EJB 3 in Action is excellent book for begining, i recommend you to start with this.
Then go for OREILLY'S EJB book which has sample programmes and lot of execrcises with JBOSS

Finally Mckenzie notes , EJB Specifications and some mock exams
 
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