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I want to learn EJB 3.1

 
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Hello,

I want to learn EJB 3.1. Please suggest me some good tutorial/video tutorial for learning EJB 3.1. I have downloaded official javaee6-tutorial from webpage.

But the tutorial seems to be for some one who has some idea about EJB.

Please advice me.
 
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You can try Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 by Bill Burke and Andrew Lee Rubinger.
 
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Hello Lucas,

Thanks for the reply.

I have downloaded the book you just mentioned. i also want to ask, which server should i prefer for learning the EJB and other Java EE concepts, that will help me crack interview of Java EE.
I also want to know, Spring Framework and Web Services is also in demand. Could you please guide me which technology i should learn and concentrate(along with books) for cracking interviews. I have knowledge on below Java Technologies:
1. Core Java
2. Servlet, JSP
3. Hibernate (basics)
4. Struts2
5. Working on Netbeans IDE

Sir your advice matters to me alot.
 
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Hi,

I think that Spring + Hibernate + Tomcat and EJB + Hibernate + JBoss/Glassfish are quite popular combinations for Java developers.

I encourage you to read about EJB 3.1. After that you will be able to understand transactions which are crucial in enterprise applications. Then, I would go for some book about JPA - Pro JPA2.

I think that Jboss 7.1.1 can be easily configured to start with learning:

http://leakfromjavaheap.blogspot.com/2013/01/jboss-711-eclipse-juno-and-maven.html

Cheers!
 
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