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Choosing a book?

Pourang Emami
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Joined: Sep 21, 2002
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Hi every body
Having worked with servlets,jsp,jdbc I am ready to go in through the J2ee technologies. Rgarding this, which one of this sources are better:
1-Teach yourself J2EE in 21 days(it is a great book to start).
2-Sun's J2EE1.3 tutorial
Thank you so much for your guidance.
Best Regards,
Pourang


Best Regards,<br />Pourang Emami
Harpartap Singh
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Joined: Sep 14, 2002
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Having worked with servlets,jsp,jdbc I am ready to go in through the J2ee technologies

"Having worked with servlets,jsp,jdbc..." It appears you have already covered most of the J2EE.
Ed Roman's "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans" is an excellent tutorial for EJBs.


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John Carnell
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Originally posted by Pourang Emami:
Hi every body
Having worked with servlets,jsp,jdbc I am ready to go in through the J2ee technologies. Rgarding this, which one of this sources are better:
1-Teach yourself J2EE in 21 days(it is a great book to start).
2-Sun's J2EE1.3 tutorial
Thank you so much for your guidance.
Best Regards,
Pourang

Hi Pourang,
The best EJB book I have found is Ed Romans J2EE EJB book. By far one of the best books out there on the a very big piece of the J2EE API.
Thanks,
John Carnell


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Fred Grott
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Joined: Oct 05, 2002
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Originally posted by Pourang Emami:
Hi every body
Having worked with servlets,jsp,jdbc I am ready to go in through the J2ee technologies. Rgarding this, which one of this sources are better:
1-Teach yourself J2EE in 21 days(it is a great book to start).
2-Sun's J2EE1.3 tutorial
Thank you so much for your guidance.
Best Regards,
Pourang

There are two web books you should be downloading from sun..
The first one is J2EE blueprints and of course the petshop tutorial..
You can also find spefic workbooks on the ejb app server you will be working with that aare also downloadable..


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Avi Abrami
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There are _many_ java books available at O'Reilly's "Safari" online library:
http://safari.oreilly.com
They are currently offering a free, two-week trial subscription. You get full access to as many as ten books.
 
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