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good j2ee book

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Hi,

I'm looking for a j2ee book with similar coverage as the sun j2ee tutorial servlets, beans, web services, deployment, security etc but a little bit lighter for reading on the train.  Is there a particularly good book anyone can recommend for getting up to speed quickly on this but with enough depth to be useful for commercial development.

Thanks.
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for EJB if you know the basics "HEAD First EJB" from orielly will be the best book.
this gives concepts indepth and interesting to read.
http://www.wickedlysmart.com/
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"Professional EJB" from Wrox Press is algo good, although a bit old by now. Not sure if there is a newer version out.
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Thanks, I've split the points for all suggestions because I'll take a look at them in more detail.  There doesn't seem to be a more recent version of Professional EJB. The serverside one, although free, requires a lot of personal info to register and I need a hardcopy.  I'll probably go for Head First EJB if Professional EJB seems dated.
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