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creating my website

 
Shitij Agarwal
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Hi,

I have good knowledge of the Java language (87% on SCJP), but know very little about J2EE. I was advised by a a friend that the best way to learn more about J2EE would be to create my own website that uses java technologies. I'm not really sure where to even start. Would anyone be able to point me to some links/tutorials that would help me in getting started? To start off, I would like to use Servlets, JSPs, JDBC, Struts, and perhaps even EJBs and JMS on my website. I don't really have an idea about what my website would look like...about which I dont really care at this point. Mainly, I'd just like the website to provide some sort of a service (even though it may just be a dummy one) so that I can learn a lot about J2EE when creating that service.

Thanks a lot.
[ September 17, 2005: Message edited by: Shitij Agarwal ]
 
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That's mighty ambitious, and personally, I'd forgo frameworks such as Struts until you have a good handle on Servlets. JSPs. and web app architecture. Then decide if you need a framework at all, and if so, which one. Also, throwing EJBs, which are rarely, if ever, necessary, into the mix would be a complication that you don't need at the outset.
 
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