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narayana pippiri
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Hi i am new to Ejb.
can any one suggest simple and basic Ejb books .
 
Pradeep bhatt
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EJB by Richard-monson Haefel is good one.
 
Jesus Angeles
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pradip, does it have lots of codes, like sample deployable codes per topic? im looking for a book too, for handson
 
Keith Pitty
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Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans by Ed Roman is another good book. If I'm not mistaken it is available for download from The ServerSide (serverside.com).
 
Annie Smith
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Originally posted by Jesus Angeles:
pradip, does it have lots of codes, like sample deployable codes per topic? im looking for a book too, for handson


I find Monson Haefel's book better to grasp the concepts, though I mostly read Mastering EJB. If you are lloking for code samples, there is nothing better than a Google search.
[ September 25, 2005: Message edited by: Annie Smith ]
 
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