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I am a novice with Java programming. Though i have understood the basics of Java programming in general and am dextrous in writing programs but now i am searching for a Java Bean book.
I have already gone through the books section here and do not find any such book. Also i have read a previous post on the same by Bruce Jin. looking for a java bean book It seems that there are not many books available on this subject. After reading this Java Beans & EJB i have understood that the two are different and since i being a novice i would like to have my concepts clear so i prefer to start from Java Beans and only once i have mastered it would i then move over to EJB.
It would be very kind of you, if you may suggest me any good book on this subject that is almost equivalent to "Dietel" books.
Eagerly awaiting your response.
Thanks Mack... Is there any other that's slightly more easier to understand
The Oracle online tutorial posted above and the book I referenced is all I know of. Regular JavaBeans (non-EJB) are also used in JSP and JSF so in that context you should refer to JSP or JSF material on the subject.