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Ashik Uzzaman
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Hi ranchers,
I m new to J2ee. I have downloaded JSDK and i already have JDK1.3/1.4. Now i 've planned to test all the basic/necessary features of Advanced Java. So with my Win98, i have installed NT Server 4.0. Now i have freely downloaded Servlet/JSP specifications, TomCat beta 4.07,JRun,BDK 1.1,Java Web Server.
My plan is to now test JDBC with Access 97 first and then SQL Server 7.0 and studying JDBC from Ivor Horton's Beginning Java 2. Then create some jar files (reading JDK1.3 programmer's Reference chapter for it). Then i want to install both Java Web Server and Tomcat under NT Sevrer 4.0 (reading developing Java Servlets by SAMS). And thenafter JRun.
Now suggest me dear friends....from where should i start? What should be my sirial and in which O/S which to install or test them in both O/S s. I have a plan to install apache under linux also. I m not in hurry...so suggest me to do what should i do one-by-one. As i have already told u, i m very new in J2EE but have all the necessary fundametal concepts of Java, SQL Server, NT Server etc....Waiting with a can beer for ur reply...

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syed adnan
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Hi Ashik uzzaman
You can test j2ee in any plateform, don't go to wast your time to all the plateform, there is no more difference between them in programming point of view.
J2ee is a framework in which you can develop enterprise applications.
The best way is you start from servlet's then go to jsp, ejb's & then other enterprist api ( such as mailing....)
You can test your application in any application server, we suggest Bea weblogic 6.1 is best.
 
Ashik Uzzaman
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Many Thnx Adnan for ur true guidence! I have got a book in our market on J2EE and BEA Weblogic Server from Wrox and thinking to buy it and then c. But where can i get a free or evaluation versuion of Weblogic 6.1. Any idea? I can't buy a server with $100 to test them, can i? So how did u test...tell me ur experience in this regard....and all other ranchers help me. Thnx again and waitingfor reply....
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syed adnan
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You can easily get Bea WebLogic Server 6.1 from (www.bea.com) site, ( go & search the server).
This server gives you different domain in which you can run you test, after starting server for specific domain.
you can use it from console & you should use example domain firstly for practice.
start example server as:
G:\bea\wlserver6.0\config\examples>startExampleServer
Then go to the browser & see http://localhost:7001/ (to see default page) http://localhost:7001/console
(to see admin/domain, from which you can see all you deployed compoenent but not tree the component from here use console as given in the examples which source code are given in sample folder.)
which path is :
G:\bea\wlserver6.0\samples\examples\ejb>
Here all types of ejb are given & also given (setenv.bat file) which help you to configure these component & deployee in server you can see them (after deployee them & bind them in jndi tree, by help of batch) into the browse
( for example domain).
you can test deployeed bean ( given by the server which are also deployeed ) from the client folder. (which path is )
G:\bea\wlserver6.0\config\examples\clientclasses>
& use the comand to test first stateless bean :
G:\bea\wlserver6.0\config\examples\clientclasses>java examples.ejb.statelessSession.Client t3://localhost:7001
here Client class take on argument.
If it give you proper response then it mean's that your server is proper configure & your this bean is proper deployee so you success to lookup it.
Here no additional thing is requied to configure.
But some jndi concept are required to lookup the ejb's.
In G:\bea\wlserver6.0\config\examples\applications\DefaultWebApp
is the folder which is consider to your class path by default you can put your jsp/html in this folder, but put Simple java beans & Servlets in Web-inf\classes.
You can get clear understanding from examples domain but use it from console.
 
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