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EJB Book Suggestions to get started quickly

 
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Hi everybody!
I have a conceptional understanding of EJB (I know what an entity bean and a session bean is) and i should get up to speed with EJBs in about two weeks!
Cany anybody make some suggestions which book would be best in this situation?
Thanks, Patrick
 
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Try Ed Roman's Mastering EJB - free PDF on his site: http://www.theserverside.com/books/wiley/masteringEJB/
On the ServerSide home page I did a search with "book pdf" and got a list of other cool books you can download. Great starting point.
 
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After you read Ed Roman's book, you shoud check this one also. It's Floyd Marinescu's "EJB Design Patterns" and it's a great reference once you know EJBs.
 
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"Head First EJB" by Kathy Sierra etc is also a good book to get going on EJBs.
Its also reasonable to refer to the J2EE specifications once in a while to refresh your thinking and approach.
Some of the server side patterns in "J2EE design patterns" by Deepak Alur etc. is also a must read.
Dan.
 
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Ed Roman's Mastering EJB
what's more,it's free.
 
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