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Pre-requisites to Spring & Hibernate  RSS feed

 
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I am new to the Spring & Hibernate framework. What are the topics/basic concepts that one needs to understand in order to start working on Springs and the Hibernate Framework. Thanks in advance
 
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If you are familiar with J2EE app....then you can start off...
 
adarsh datt
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As of now, i am familiar with basic concepts of jsp,servlets. Will going through Head First Jsp&Servlets Book completely be of any help?
 
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If you have some experience with jsp/servlets...then you can start...

I dont think that the learning curve would be that steep..

You may encounter terms like JMS,AOP,EJB...
 
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Thanks for that.. now i am kinda familiar with jsp,servlet. I am still unsure of using beans(just get/set methods) in the spring framework
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