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Can anyone help me out how to familier with J2EE ?
 
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The best place to start is by reading some books and downloading some free code. There are basically 4 major parts to J2EE
(1) Web front-end technologies (Servlet/JSP)
(2) Back-end Business logic technologies (JDBC/EJB)
(3) Messaging technology (JMS)
(4) Enterprise access technology (JCA)
There are many good books on servlets and JSP. Reading Jason Hunter's Servlet book (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0596000405/qid=1005050284/sr=8-1/ref=sr_8_3_1/104-3422779-4627908) is one good way to start.
For EJB's and JMS I'd recommend Richard Monson-Haefel's books on the subject (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0596002262/qid=1005050337/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_2_1/104-3422779-4627908) and (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0596000685/qid=1005050337/sr=1-2/ref=sr_1_2_2/104-3422779-4627908)
One of the things you will need if you are going to learn J2EE is an application server. Working for IBM, I'm partial to the WebSphere application server. If you buy my book (below) you'll not only get a full explanation of the basic J2EE technologies of Servlet/JSP and EJB, but you'll also get a copy of WebSphere and a copy of the VisualAge IDE to practice on...
Good luck.
Kyle
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See my homepage at http://members.aol.com/kgb1001001 for other WebSphere information.
 
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1) Concentrate more on JSPs compared to Servlets. Some basic understanding of servlets is needed but JSPs are mostly used for present day front end purposes.
2) Buy a book on EJB that is updated for EJB spec2.0.
3) If possible go through specifications for EJB, JSP, JMS, JDBC from sun website. This will give you some commanding power in these technologies.
4) Try this book " COre J2EE patterns". This is a very good book which gives exposure to good practices while implementing in a J2EE approach.
 
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Thanx to Brown and Kishore .
Keep going .
cheers ,
Srikanth
 
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I have SCJP, but know nothing of J2EE. Is "Core J2EE Patterns" the place to start or is there a more basic place that I should go first?
 
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