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Hi All ,

I am a novice to EJB . i have been developing web apps for past one year using servlet , jsp and java beans . I have been recently assigned to a new project that requires knowledge of EJB too. I have a months time to grasp the nuances of this technology, so i need your advice as what my course of action should be . I have been a great fan of the head first series ( have already read HFJava & HFServlet and JSP) so should i go for Head First EJB or are there better books than that???

Waiting for your valuable inputs
 
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Which version of EJB will you use ? Head First EJB is for EJB2.x. If you have to use EJB3.x, you should look somewhere else. EJB3 In Action for instance.
 
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Hi Christophe,

Thanks for replying i will be using EJB3 in my project along with struts 2.0
 
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Hi,
Have you found a good book? tutorial ? Please let me know.. i have same issue here
 
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