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tao jiang
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yesterday,i pass scjp by 93%.next, i want to learn j2ee, but i don't know how to do it. should i learn java bean first? by the way, i find bdk1.1 of Sun is not valid for jsdk1.4. when i installed bdk1.1,i get the message that i must change java vm. is it true?
 
Craig Demyanovich
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J2EE is a large topic that includes many APIs and technologies. Probably the most known of these is EJB. Sun's Enterprise Java Blueprints page collects many valuable resources on one page. Check out the tutorials there.
For books, try the JavaRanch Bunkhouse. It contains many valuable reviews.
You'll need an application server that supports EJB and the other APIs. One that I like is JBoss. It's open source, free and works very well. There are others that are open source and free as well. One other option is Sun's reference implementation, which you should be able to find from the Blueprints page noted above.
Finally, some valuable tools include Ant, JUnit, Cactus, and XDoclet.
If you start small and simple with a few of these resources, you'll do very well.
Good luck,
Craig
[ May 26, 2002: Message edited by: Craig Demyanovich ]
[ May 26, 2002: Message edited by: Craig Demyanovich ]
 
Simon Brown
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Hi "ijander",
We have a naming policy here at JavaRanch where all publicly displayed names take the form, "Firstname Surname". Could you please edit your profile to bring it into line?
Thanks in advance and we hope that you enjoy your stay at the ranch!
Also, and in addition to Craig's great advice, take a look at the J2EE home pages at Sun for an overview, FAQ and links to download the J2EE SDK.
Cheers
Simon
 
tao jiang
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thank Craig Demyanovich and Simon Brown.
 
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