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Moving Onto J2EE/EJB Form

 
Monty Ireland
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Hello All..
I think I have master the JDBC basic's.
So I moving on to the J2EE/EJB form.
I will be stopping by from time to time...
I will be hangout out there for the next few months or so...
We are all here to help on and other...
Send me an email if you get stuck...
I know I will be back... and need you invaluable help!
Thank-you...
Backround:
Database developer for the past 15 yrs
Passed SCJP2 (standard in July)
Completed review JDBC API Tutorial 10/16/200.
What am I looking for(?)
#1 A good book to teach myself J2EE.
#2 A good webserver... to run on win98
#3 A place were I can find some JSP code examples.
Enjoy the day.
TIA,
Monty Ireland - aka monty6

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Brett Knapik
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"Professional Java Server Programming" by wrox press press is nice you might want to look over it you might know a lot of it already but it has a lot about the J2EE. it is at amazon and on the top of the page in one of the forums. I have set up apache with JServ developer edition and it works like a charm.
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I wish there was a button on my monitor to turn up the intellegince.
Theres a button called 'brightness' but it doesn't work
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Monty Ireland
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thanks
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