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Who can give me some message about JDO ???

 
laoying Yin
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I heared a lot about it ,and I'm so interested in it that I want to begin to study it now ,but How to start ,with what ?
who can give me some help ? thanks !!!
 
Michael Morris
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Hi hyiner,
Welcome to JavaRanch, the absolute best site on the www for Java information. We don't have many rules around here, but we do have one. Please change your display name to a first and last name to comply with the JavaRanch Naming Policy. You can change it here. Thank you for your cooperation.
Well maybe the best place to start is at the official
JDO web page. A search of Amazon only revealed one book by Wrox which appears to only briefly discuss JDO. You can also do a search here at JavaRanch in the JDBC forum.
 
John Jaspers
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O'Reilly has a new book on the very subject: Java Data Objects by David Jordan and Craig Russell. ISBN: 0-596-00276-9

APress has one also, called Using and Understanding Java Data Objects
By David Ezzio ISBN: 1-59059-043-0
Haven't checked them out, yet, but I plan to check them both out at some point.
Hope this helps.
 
laoying Yin
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Ok,Michael ,I changed my Displayed Name.I'm sorry that I didnt read the rules here first, .
to John Jaspers:
I'm in China , it's difficult to buy something on Amazon. Althrough I heard the books ,but no chance to get them,
 
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