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sajid tamizuddin
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Hi!
I want to study "Servlet, EJB, JSP" at beginner lenel.Would you please suggest me BOOKS for these topics?
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Christophe Verré
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Those are aimed at the Sun certification exams but you may give them a try :
- Head First Servlets and JSP
- Head First EJB

There are pretty big. If you want a quick and dirty intro, you'd better look out for tutorials on the web.


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Bear Bibeault
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I'd strongly recommend skipping EJB's until you have a good understanding of Servlets and JSP under your belt.


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ak pillai
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Yes, learning Servlet & JSP require a mind shift in learning the HTTP. So should not start on EJB until you fully understand WEB (i.e JSP & Servlet).


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Ganesh Chinni
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You can use Core servlets and JSP book for learing Servlets and JSP(you can get the free pdf version of this book on the net).

For learing EJB you can use Mastering EJB book. but as suggested by the other people, i will also suggest you not to start EJB untill you learn Servlets and JSP.


But if you are planning for SUN certification then use Head First series.

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