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which book to learn for EJB 3

 
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Hello,
I am new to EJB, and dont know where to start, i have created and worked with stateless and stateful session beans in EJB2.0, is the process to create these on EJB3 the same?
but one thing i am unable to understand is the concept of creating and working with the persistent beans.
Please someone tell me which book should i follow?
is there any book on EJB 3, that contains the step by step descriptions for creating and working with persistent beans?
 
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Rituparna Duttagupta wrote:...i have created and worked with stateless and stateful session beans in EJB2.0, is the process to create these on EJB3 the same?


One main difference is that you don't have to implement so many interfaces and provide life cycle callback methods while developing an EJB even though you don't use them. It simplifies the programming model to a great extent.

but one thing i am unable to understand is the concept of creating and working with the persistent beans.


If you ever work with ORM framework like Hibernate then you already familiar with this. It's the POJOs what act like the Entity beans in EJB2.

Please someone tell me which book should i follow?


EJB3 In Action by Manning is a good one.
 
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Thanks Vijitha, i got this book, hope it'll help me clearing my doubts.
in case, i stumble again, which i think is quite possible, i'll get back here.


oh! one more thing, i use Netbeans 6.9.1 IDE, is it ok? does it supports EJB3?
 
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Rituparna Duttagupta wrote:...in case, i stumble again, which i think is quite possible, i'll get back here.


Sure, people here to help each other

...one more thing, i use Netbeans 6.9.1 IDE, is it ok? does it supports EJB3?


Yes. Check the features here
 
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