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Hi All,

I am core java programmer moved to J2EE.

Please let me know what are the software stuffs required to run J2EE and where can i get them for free.

How to start with J2EE?
I have a Head First book on Servlets and JSP.

An example program and steps to execute them would be more helpful.

Thanks in Advance!
 
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Originally posted by S Thanigaivel:
I have a Head First book on Servlets and JSP.



Did you open it?
 
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understood servlets to some extend.

deployed a JSP, HTML page and servlet onto container (Tomcat) and able to open those files in the browser.
 
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Well, good start! But I'm quite sure, that in HFSJ book si more than just opening a single jsp page in a browser.

You can play with session tracking. You can make a simple application.
 
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I need to know more about using appln. server like JBoss.

Its Emergency, i need to gain basic working knowledge on j2ee with in 2 weeks among learning some other things (struts), therefore i cannot spend much time. So how to proceed.
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What exactly do you want to know in JBoss? Do you want to know how to deploy applications in JBoss or is it anything else?
 
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Well, there are really only two J2EE components you can develop: Servlets and EJBs. To master J2EE development, you need to master the development of these two components.

I have a few multimedia tutorials that demonstrate how to create and test basic J2EE components. You should check them out - they're short and to the point, and they are accompanied by code:

Multimedia Tutorials on J2EE Development (Servlets, EJBs, J2EE Services and Deployment)





For learning J2EE, the Head First Java books are the best way to go:

Head First Java

Head First Servlets and JSP Development

Head First EJB

Have fun learning J2EE. It's powerful stuff!

-Cameron McKenzie
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Originally posted by Cameron W. McKenzie:
I have a few multimedia tutorials that demonstrate how to create and test basic J2EE components. You should check them out - they're short and to the point, and they are accompanied by code:

Multimedia Tutorials on J2EE Development (Servlets, EJBs, J2EE Services and Deployment)



Really good ones. I wish i had stumbled upon these when i had started off with J2EE.
 
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Thank a lot! Cameron W. McKenzie, you introduced me a excellent link
 
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Its Emergency, i need to gain basic working knowledge on j2ee with in 2 weeks among learning some other things (struts),



Hey no offense but you are going to learn EJB, Servlets, JSPs, and struts in 2 weeks? To what end? So you can rattle off facts about them that you can't possibly grasp yet?

Slow down, take your time, and really learn what you are talking about. Then I might have less conversations with other so called Senior J2EE developers who say Bean Managed Transactions aren't part of the J2EE spec.
 
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