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i am looking for a good book for learning java EE all by myself
i am SCJP
 
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Originally posted by viresh:
i am looking for a good book for learning java EE all by myself
i am SCJP



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I will recommend you to have a look at the free tutorials on the net. JEE is very vast and you won't get everything in one book. Once you get a big picture via tutorials, get book that specialize in a particular topic.


for example

http://docs.jboss.org/jbossas/getting_started/3.2/jbossj2ee.pdf

Google for J2EE Tutorials and there are plenty. You can also look at may online articles covering J2EE. Once you get a big picture invest in good books that can go deeper into specific topics like Servlets, JSps, etc.
[ November 07, 2008: Message edited by: arulk pillai ]
 
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