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How to learn J2EE

 
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Hi all, i am totally confused about how to learn J2EE, i dont know where to start, i started with J2EE tutorial from SUN but that talks abt steps to develop J2EE applications, but not about concepts or why and what the steps are for.

I am totally confused. I could not get the soft copy of J2EE complete reference as well.

Can you people please help me out with TODO's or a list or a methof to learn J2EE properly.

Links to download books wud be useful as well. Please help me out...

Thanks
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hai ram,

1)to study j2ee,you must have good knowledge in java.

2)j2ee is not a concept,it a domain,so you better start from servlet
then jsp.once you understand servlets&jsp,then you can go further..
like(struts,jsf,..and ect..)

3)you said that sun is explained with some example.example program only
you can understand the design pattern.

4)Books for Beginers:HeadFirst-Jsp&Servlets

5)url:www.roseindia.net-->here you can learn j2ee..




thanks & regards
seetharaman scjp 1.4
 
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