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Book on Struts and EJB, servlet

 
Alvin Tang
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Can anyone suggest any book that covers Struts, EJB and possibly servlet as well as how they integrate together.

Many thanks
 
Merrill Higginson
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Sorry, you're not going to find all three of these topics explained thoroughly in one book. You're going to have to buy three books if you really want thorough coverage of the topics.

The JavaRanch Bunkhouse (J2EE topic) has some book reviews you may find useful.
 
Alvin Tang
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Thanks Merrill. But what about any single book on Struts and EJB?
 
samir ware
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hi,
As u have specified , u need a book on struts,servlet and EJB . But unfortunately there is no such book which covers these three vast topics in details.
However there is an excellent book called "Head First Servlet And Jsp" and "Head First EJB" which covers the servlet and EJB in details and the way they have used in the book to explain the things is really really awsome.
I hope these two books suffice ur need for EJB and Servlet and for struts WROX publication, I suppose is gdd one to start with
 
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Actually I am not new to EJB, servlets and Struts. I just want to find a suitable book so that I can refer to when I prepare the course materials. Have anyone come across any single book that include some examples integrating Struts and EJB?
 
Merrill Higginson
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There really isn't anything special about integrating Struts and EJB. Any of the information on writing EJB clients you will find in an EJB book will apply directly to writing EJB client code in Struts. The Struts Action class becomes the client to the EJBs, either directly, or preferably through a Business Delegate.
 
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