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Is there any e-book on JBoss?

 
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I have some resources/tutorials downloaded from Apache on JBoss. Still I would like to have an e-book or PDF or an O'Reilly/Wrox/Manning book on JBoss. Is there any?
I have Mastering EJB PDF to undertand EJB staffs. Something similar to this on JBoss would be really helpful for me to cross the primary hardles.
 
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Hi,
From what I know there are no e-books on jBoss, all though one would be very handy. I have come across the following websites that I have found usefull:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~jeroen/jboss/jboss.html
http://www.yorku.ca/dkha/jboss/
http://wwwswt.fzi.de/~christo/praktikum/j2eeapi/jboss/doc/
Hope they help.
Alan.
 
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Hi there,
Yes, there are many ebooks on JBoss. Go to jboss.org and click on documentation. If you're willing to spend about $10 per e-book, you can by:
1. JBoss Administration and Deployment Guide.
2. JBoss Clustering Guide.
3. JBoss CMP 2.0 Guide.
All are well worth it, although you should be cautioned that the codebase changes often so it's not uncommon to find parts of the documentation out of date from time to time.
Darryl
 
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try this link,
it talks about Jboss webservices with axis ,
http://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/~bscharla/teaching/mtp_software/jboss/jboss-netGuide.shtml
Happy Coding,
- Ant
 
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Hi again,
I forgot to mention that there is an e-workbook plus examples for JBoss 3.0 available for download from O'Reilly. The book is meant to be a companion piece to their "Enterprise JavaBeans (3rd Edition)" book. The work-book might not make a lot of sense if you don't have the primary text but the downloadable examples are fairly self-contained and the e-workbook describes how to deploy it on JBoss.
Hope this helps.
Darryl
 
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Hi, Any good websites, ebooks/books for jboss-3.2.3 ?
 
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