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Bindu Padmanabhan
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Joined: Jun 13, 2008
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Hi,

I want to study EJB.I'm entirely new to it.Can anyone suggest me some books i need to refer so that i get a clear understanding of EJB.I'm having "EJB 3 in Action" book with me.But i'm confused which book is good to start with
Please help.
Thanks in Advance
Bindu
prashant k. gupta
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"EJB 3 in Action" is good book for starting. Enterprise Java Bean 3.0 from oriely is also good book.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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I also liked "EJB 3.0 In Action". They didn't assume knowledge going in about EJB.

Since you have that book already, maybe you could explain what seems too difficult about it? That would help people recommend a book that addresses those concerns?


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Just to reassure...EJB 3 in Action is a good book in fact.


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[ removed suggestion to download illegal copy of book - we don't support that here ]
[ June 18, 2008: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
Kenneth Gustafsson
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I really liked "EJB in Action". After that you have the specs and Internet, I doubt you need more than one book.
 
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