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Can any one tell me what is the base for EJB.I know core java.
Some r telling its based on RMI and some says its on Beans.Iam totaly confused.Please help me.In what should i have base for starting EJB
 
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Vinay,
EJB is much more closely related to RMI than JavaBeans. One way to think of EJB: it's RMI with some high-level enterprise services added (transactional processing, persistence management, lifecycle management).
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hai friend

ejb is an architecture in which the programs are written with some specification .beans is not closely related to ejb.ejb is an vast topic.it is closely related to rmi.u can download the free ejb book at http://theserverside.com
 
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To borrow Microsoft's naming convention, EJB is kinda like CORBA+.
 
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Hi! Mr. Farley!
Well I am looking for a book online or downloadable for free to start off with EJB. can you help me??
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Gautham Kasinath
 
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Hi,
Just try the online tutorials at java.sun.com and javasoft.com.
The tutorials from Nova Labs is quite good too.
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Hey Vinay
There are five steps to Hold EJB in to your Hand.
1. Core Java - you have crossed the first Ladder..Great
2. Overview of RMI concepts - This ladder will really help you..So rush towards..the Concepts..
3. Download some EJB material from Net..Understand the concepts as a Blue Print

4. Download j2ee/weblogic (Evaluation Versions) server from the respective sites. Come back to JavaRanch on How to install ..I have already given the answer in the forum that"ll help you.
5. Go through the Docs/guides within the server package and try to workout with the sampales..
There you are..
Best of Luck
Johnson
 
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I am also on the way to EJB and was confused about the learning path to EJB but your posting removes the confusion. Can you please provide some good tutorial links for step 2-4
thanks

Originally posted by Johnson I:
Hey Vinay
There are five steps to Hold EJB in to your Hand.
1. Core Java - you have crossed the first Ladder..Great
2. Overview of RMI concepts - This ladder will really help you..So rush towards..the Concepts..
3. Download some EJB material from Net..Understand the concepts as a Blue Print

4. Download j2ee/weblogic (Evaluation Versions) server from the respective sites. Come back to JavaRanch on How to install ..I have already given the answer in the forum that"ll help you.
5. Go through the Docs/guides within the server package and try to workout with the sampales..
There you are..
Best of Luck
Johnson


 
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