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Hi i am new to EJB.
can anyone tell me which server is sutable for EJB Developmentc and from where i download it free.

Whether WEB Logic is good Or Sun One studio.

And have anyone any PDF book on ejb please mail me on.
sun_3_6@yahoo.ca


thanks in advance

sun
 
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I like Weblogic. But Sun is free.
 
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Mastering EJB by Ed Roman
is free.
 
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There is also a free developer version of Weblogic available. If you end up looking for work, weblogic is much more popular than sun's app server so that may help you more.

TheServerSide also has a free pdf of Floyd's book on EJB Design Patterns, which is well written. For nitty-gritty details on how Enterprise Java Beans work, my favorite is Richard Monson-Haefel's Enterprise JavaBeans.

I would also take a look at Sun's website. They have a tutorial which will guide you through the creation of your first EJBs step-by-step, in great detail, but using the sun app server. Sun's website is also the place to go if you want to read the actual EJB specs.
 
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