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hi everyone,

im in my final year of my BSc in IT. im hoping to do an online application for my final year project(have not decided on what field yet). i am new to the j2ee enviroment. so i need to know what i need to know in order to do an online application. is jsp and servlets enough? or do i need to know about ejb as well? no need of knowing about struts and mvc frameworks is it? please help. i have time so i need to read some books to gain the knowledge. is the K&B books about ejb and servlets enough for me to create such an application?please help.

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For a simple web application, Servlets/Jsp/Jstl should be enough.
 
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Of course, Add DAO's in the Satou's List to access Databases and Value objects if needed.
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