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Useful link for ejb

Radha Damera
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Joined: Oct 31, 2000
Posts: 35
Iam very new to EJB and i want to learn EJB.Will anybody guide me
where to start and how to proceed?
I want the URL of any site which can be termed as online tutorial
for learning ejb.Iam fed up with the search engines, as they show numerous
links which are tedious to follow.
Iam used to reading chapter wise along with example code.So please
guide me with useful links where i can follow chapter wise till i complete
ejb.By the way which book is useful for ejb? Moreover is it useful to learn
EJB in the present market situation as,I heard people saying that there is
no demand for java in the near future.
All suggestions are acceptable,
With Regards,
hanumanth reddy
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Joined: Jun 12, 2000
Posts: 118

Down load Ed Roman Book in Pd f format from Theserverside .com and is the best place to statrt learning the Ejb all the best and tell me how u find about this on my personal mail id

all the best

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Radha Damera
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Joined: Oct 31, 2000
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Hello Hanumanth,
I downloaded the book which u have specified.But i don't have acrobat Reader in my system.Is it possible to convert that into any type,or do i have to install Acrobat Reader compulsory.
Thanks a lot for ur reply.
With regards,
Saran Vel
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Joined: Nov 03, 2000
Posts: 111
It's better for u to download Acrobat Reader.. and which is free.. look in

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George Toronto
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Joined: Dec 30, 2000
Posts: 78
Hi, there
you know, that e-book doesnot include pictures and diagrams which are very important to explain a constructure. Who know the true e-version which is same as the original book?

[This message has been edited by George Toronto (edited March 14, 2001).]
I agree. Here's the link:
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