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Hello,
i am new to J2EE platform. Can any one suggest a good book(downloadable from net)for working with J2EE using weblogic server.
regards
Anima
 
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Check out the tutorials on the WebLogic site for the version that you're using. They're pretty good, although alternatively, take a look at www.learnweblogic.com for some books.
Moving this to the WebLogic forum where you might get some more tips...
Also, "anima",
Thanks for joining JavaRanch, but could you just take a quick look at the naming policy and edit your profile accordingly.
Thanks!
Simon
 
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I wrote a 5 part tutorial for EJB 2.0 (CMP/CMR).
Check it out, and let me know what you think.
Part 1 and 2 was written for the RI but ported to JBoss.
Part 3 and 4 is ported to WebLogic 7.x and JBoss.
Part 5 a Step by Step by guide to XDoclet works with Resin.
Part 3 and beyond all have ant scripts that will deploy to the app server as well.
What people thought


Achim from Germany writes: "I read your white papers "Introducing EJB-CMP/CMR" part 1 and part 2.... These papers are the best start for EJB.... Now I'm very interested in part 3 (and 4), but I can't find them on the developerWorks Homepage ..." (They are out and ported to JBoss and WebLogic.)
Pete from North Carolina writes: "I've been working through your "Introducing EJB-CMP/CMR" tutorials. Great stuff. Well presented - simple and straight forward. Really learning a lot. "
Patrick from the U.S.A. writes: "Great Job on part 1 and 2 of your tutorial on CMP/CMR and EJB QL. When will part 3 and 4 be out.? Will it be able to run on JBoss Resin, and Orion." (It is done! Part 3 and 4 works with WebLogic and JBoss. I got the examples working with WebLogic and Peter got them working with JBoss. --Rick)
Chintan writes �...thank you for putting out fabulous quality CMP/CMR tutorial. This is the best tutorial I have ever seen. Complete, concise and clear. (Where is the source?) (The source code is at the bottom of this page.)�
Paul Kavanagh writes "I've just read through your (excellent) CMR tutorial..."
Rahul P. writes "Thanks Rick for such a fine tutorial. It was great to learn from your writing. Keep writing so that many of us can benefit from your articles."
Martin K. from Germany writes "thanks for your tutorial on EJB CMP/CMR. I read them all and was able to program my first simple application within a few days. Nice work!"


[ September 23, 2002: Message edited by: Rick Hightower ]
 
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I can highly recommend the book by Ed Roman: Mastering EJB II. It's one of the best technical books I know.
You can download a free PDF when registered as user.
http://www.theserverside.com/resources/index.jsp
 
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I have not read the Ed Roman book. But I have read Enterprise JavaBeans (3rd Edition)
by Richard Monson-Haefel. And I do reccommend it...
I also like
EJB Design Patterns: Advanced Patterns, Processes, and Idioms
by Floyd Marinescu
 
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