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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


Sun's JEE tutorial explains all the JEE components with examples you can try out.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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