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muzammilg
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Review/Suggestion Requested

I am new to UML. I need some source both to learn and use UML especially for developing J2EE applications. Can anybody review

Developing Enterprise Java Applications with J2EE(TM) and UML by Khawar Zaman Ahmed, Cary E. Umrysh

Or if you could suggest me some other book for UML+J2EE that will be great.

This book has been published in October 17, 2001. Is it gonna make any difference.

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Khawar's book is great. I have a copy and it has been very beneficial. I also suggest another book.

"Building J2EE Applications with the Rational Unified Process" by Peter Eeles and Kelli Houston published by Addison-Wesley in 2003. Have fun.

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Badar
Thanks a lot. I really appreciate your help. Just one more question. If I have to select one of the above said books ( due to financial reasons ) Which one of would you suggest.

-Muzammil

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There is another book which is very good - Developing Applications with Java and UML by Paul Reed, which provides a complete UML and J2EE example.

However, before jumping into EJB, I would recommend all of this forum's readers to take a look at Spring and Hibernate. These two open-source projects provide a light-weight alternative to EJB's and are starting to gain significant momentum.

One of the first books out on Spring and Hibernate is Bruce Tate's Better, Faster, Lighter Java. Bruce is one of the leading critics of EJB, so his endorsement of the Spring / Hibernate combination as an alternative architecture is a major vote of confidence.

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