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kriti sharma
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Dear all,
I am new to advanced java. I am learning servelets,jsp,ejb,struts etc.what all infrastructure do I need to upload on my PC for working on these J2EE technologies. Please guide me.
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Kriti
 
Mishra Anshu
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Hi Kriti!!!
J2EE has got a very vast dimension.
So, I'll advice you to first
start with JSP/Servlet. As far as the infrastructure is concerned, you just need download a web container (Tomcat, would be a good choice..it is for freee also...).
When you are through with these you may (in fact should) go for EJB or struts.
Go to learning struts when you have got some idea of MVC architctrure alongwith JSP/Servlets.You will need to just download struts library form Apache....for free.
For the EJB, you will need to download Sun's j2ee RI...taht to for free.
Any other query???

 
Kishore Dandu
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If you have access to more powerful engines like 'WebLogic', use it.
That way you will have exposure to that aswell.
Kishore.
 
kriti sharma
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Thanks Anshu and Kishore. Please tell me if Weblogic server is better or Tomcat.which one should i start with.also give me the link from where i can download it.I know i am asking for spoon-feeding
To Anshu....i thoroughly agree that "ignorance is bliss".is there any way out if one has lost this bliss?
 
Mishra Anshu
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For tomcat go to:-
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/
and select the appropriate binary download for ur's version of windows...or
the other if u r using solaris or unix/mac...etc.
For weblogic
http://commerce.bea.com/downloads/weblogic_server.jsp
But, I feel as you are new...You must go for tomcat..Also
weblogic will appear to be much slow as it has got so many (MANY...)
features, scurity concerns, etc. in account.
All the best...
I hope u r not ignorant.........
 
Hussam Bamatraf
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for starting learning jsp,servlet and strut tomcat is enought. However, for ejb and other advanced j2ee features move to weblogic or jboss(open source j2ee server).
Best wishes,,,
 
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