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Hi, All

i am quite new to JSP/J2EE technology, i want to know how should i develop J2EE Project from scratch.
-which are the best practise for J2EE technology
-which are the things i should consider about providing security to web application, and i want to use JBoss 4.0.5 Server.
-simple project source code will be also helpful

thanks
 
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knpatel patel wrote:
i am quite new to JSP/J2EE technology, i want to know how should i develop J2EE Project from scratch.
-which are the best practise for J2EE technology
-which are the things i should consider about providing security to web application, and i want to use JBoss 4.0.5 Server.
-simple project source code will be also helpful


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