I recommend very highly Ed Roman's Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans and the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition over Monson-Haefel's "Enterprise Java Beans" (published by O'Reilly). The latter makes a decent reference but is too dense for starters and less practical.
Tony Alicea Senior Java Web Application Developer, SCPJ2, SCWCD
Take a look at amazon.com. Roman's book got very mixed reviews. Some readers gave it as little as 2 stars because he barely touches upon the 1.1 specification. Out of 22 reviews, Monson-Haefel's book got all perfect scores. I have read both and I think the Monson-Haefel is better and much clearer. Monson-Haefel manages to cover more material in a clearer way in 300 less pages.
Hi, I want to get a free lunch( free ejb book) from http://theserverside.com/resources/index.jsp. It seems that I was refused to get free lunch I successfully login and try to download Mastering EJB serveal times. but each time It gives me the followig message: "You must login to download the book Mastering Enterprise Java Beans " Does anyone tell me how I can download this free books many thanks
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thanks all today I successfully downlaod this free book.
Hi friends Can anyone tell me where to download the J2EE SDK ( I don't know I am saying this right ) ? and how it install it ? ( I mean I have already installed SDK 1.2 on my WIN98 PC. So how the J2EE will go together with the current installation ? ) My idea is to try out EJB and servelets and JSP. Thanks in advance ARS Kumar.
ARS Kumar, Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform
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