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Hello folks,
I am hereby new to EJB and off late have been assigned a new prokject in my company which is a product of Ruffalo Cody , a fund raising product.This product uses EJB mainly and i have never worked on EJB.

So can anyone tell me which way i should go ? I mean which article would give me feel of EJB .I dont want very lengthy articles on net.

I hope someone can help me in this context.
Saurabh
 
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Hi Saurabh,

EJB is a very complex technology and you might never find a very short tutorial that explains it to you within an acceptable level of detail. However I found Sun�s tutorial as one of the best from this standpoint: minimum of details for maximum of concepts introduced. You can read it here:

http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/1_3-fcs/doc/J2eeTutorialTOC.html

Regards.
 
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hi sourabh,
go through the mastering EJB Book.It's the best book for newbies .
 
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Originally posted by Valentin Tanase:
Hi Saurabh,

EJB is a very complex technology and you might never find a very short tutorial that explains it to you within an acceptable level of detail. However I found Sun�s tutorial as one of the best from this standpoint: minimum of details for maximum of concepts introduced. You can read it here:

http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/1_3-fcs/doc/J2eeTutorialTOC.html

Regards.



Thanks a lot sir i would look out for the same,
 
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Have a look at the following artice (very simple ejb example): Develop and Deploy a Simple EJB

Note: You have to first register to view full content, but worth trying

Cheers,
Shahri
 
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Saurubh,

I would definitely recommend Head First EJB by Kathy and Bert.

I am relatively new to EJB too, and amidst all the available resources I have found HF-EJB to be one of the best resources to get the feet wet.

Regards,
Saket
 
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Mastering EJB -- Third Edition

PDF available at www.theserverside.com

Regards
Monarch
 
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As all rancher said : EJB is a complex technology.
If you are serious about it, get :
Enterprise JavaBeans, 4th Edition by RMH.
It is the best EJB book in the market.
Enjoy
 
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