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Can anyone tell me best tutorial for self learning EJB?

 
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Can anyone tell me best tutorial for self learning EJB?

Please help me...
 
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I'm very new in java bean world and I want to clarify some of the points regarding beans, so please help me...

why we use beans? What is Enterprise, Session and Application beans?

I'm confused because some people say beans are only used for storing the data into database and some say it is used for business logic.
What is the actual purpose of beans in java?

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EJBs and beans are different things. And EJB can be a session bean or a message driven bean. (or in ejb 2 and entity bean.) A regular Java bean is a plain old java object. I'm not sure what an application bean is. Maybe a regular bean in the application scopel
 
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