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saahil sinha
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Hi,
I need to know what all topics are to be covered to know J2ee technology indepth besides servlets,jsp,ejb,jdbc.What are the application servers one must know the testing tools,java ide etc.Is there any good book explaining each of the topics like servlets,jsp,ejb and j2ee patterns in detail.
 
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Originally posted by saahil sinha:
Hi,
I need to know what all topics are to be covered to know J2ee technology indepth besides servlets,jsp,ejb,jdbc.

many . JNDI, JMS, JTA, etc, etc..
if you go to the SUN website you'll find plenty of information on all these API's.

What are the application servers one must know the testing tools,java ide etc.Is there any good book explaining each of the topics like servlets,jsp,ejb and j2ee patterns in detail.

Most of the Application servers are compliant to the J2EE standards. Some of these vendors add extra features to it. So, in theory, if you understand the concepts and know the API's, you should be able to use any app server of your choice (JBoss, JONAS, Oracle9iAS, Websphere,Weblogic, blah, blah)...
Testing tools, I would highly recommend JUnit and Cactus (which is an extension of JUnit).
books?
Ed Roman's EJB book. You can download it here (free PDF)
Design patterns
EJB Design Patterns, Floyd Marinescu. You can download it here (free PDF)

cheers
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