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Suggest Books to learn j2ee

 
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Hi,
Which book is suitable for a beginner to learn j2ee , ejb concepts?
I know JSP, Servlets and core java . I want to learn j2ee concepts from basics.
So please suggest me good books for begginer level
 
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Check "Beginning POJO's from Novice to Professional-Apress". It looks nice, I am still reading it.
 
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The first thing you need to decide is the version of J2EE. EJB 2.1 and 3.0 are quite different. I recommend 3.0 at this point, but if you have a company already using the older version, you may think differently.
 
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@ Jeanne Boyarsky
Its not about any company. Actually i am working in company where i use .net .
but i want to learn EJB3.0 and j2ee
 
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i think Mastering Enterprise java bean 3.0 is the best book for ejb, in this book they are covering JPA as well as all the annotation supported by ejb3
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