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I am confused: Please Help me

 
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Dear friends,

I am new in J2EE(i am basically a mainframe person), i am really confused by looking at the differnt terminologies used in J2EE(JSP,Servlet,EJB,XML,JNDI,SOAP and so many). Somebody told me JSP,Servlet and EJB are the most important components of J2EE, but i am really confused how important are others(JNDI,SOAP,CORBA).

Can anyone suggest me what are the most important components to learn in J2EE ? i mean where i should invest my most of the time ,and where to start from ?

Please help me.
 
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Hello Sabya

Get started with the Sun's J2EE tutorial.

Best regards,
 
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At first start with Java.
Then learn the Servlets and JSP's.
Then learn what your application will need.
 
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I agree with David. Start with basic Java j2sdk stuff. After you master that, you can go on to the j2ee stuff.
 
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Thanks guys
 
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