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New To J2EE, Please Help!

 
Jesse Torres
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Hello I recently obtained the SCJP and the SCWCD. Now I want to apply my skills and learn the whole J2EE Architecture. I downloaded the free book from sun on J2EE Tutorial. However, I don't know if the book is a good starting point to learn J2EE, does anyone know if it is?
Can any please point me in the right direction as to which books I need to buy so that I can become successful at J2EE? Do I have to purchase a Java XML, a JDBC, and J2EE book(s)?
What are the best books to learn J2EE? Is there an all in one book? If not, what are the books that I should purchase, as far as J2EE, (ie, XML for Java, JDBC, and so on)?

Please help
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Nathaniel Stoddard
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J2EE is a humongous topic; it includes various technologies like JDBC, EJB, JSP, Servlets, JNDI, and quite a few others. Perhaps you'll have better luck focusing on the topics that you are specifically interested in. It will be much easier to manage in the long run.
 
Mainak Das
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You can try out a book by Ed Roman. It is one of best book available. The book's name is 'Mastering EJB'. Its softcopy is freely downloadable. Just search for Mastering EJB by Ed Roman in Google.com
 
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