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From where i can start jee development?

 
Mohammad Ashrafuddin Ferdousi
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Hi,
I aleady download the "java_ee_sdk-6-windows.exe" from sun. Install it but i can not get enything on my program files. So, from where i should start the jee development. what i know, j2se for desktop app and it is the main platform to develop any kind of java development. But on jee, what's more than jse, which will help me to develop web app? Acutally, what the jee containts?

And please give me instruction from where i should start jee development. I wanna learn it fast and with best practice, in such a professional way so that i can join any jee enabled software firm as a software developer. I don't know, is this part of forum is applicable for this topic. But please don't move it to job forum. Because, my main focus is to learn jee in a very very professional attitude not to get a job.

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What JEE contains:

http://java.sun.com/javaee/technologies/

Start with what you're interesting in learning. If you want to do web application development, learn servlets and JSP first.
 
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Hello,

if you want to use Eclipse I recommend to use Eclipse WTP to develop JEE. This tutorial gives an introduction to Eclipse and Webdevelopment so it might be a good start for you: http://www.vogella.de/articles/EclipseWTP/article.html

Cheers, Lars
 
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Thank you all for your response. I wanna hear some more recommendation on this topic. please tell me.


Lars Vogel wrote:Hello,

if you want to use Eclipse I recommend to use Eclipse WTP to develop JEE. This tutorial gives an introduction to Eclipse and Webdevelopment so it might be a good start for you: http://www.vogella.de/articles/EclipseWTP/article.html

Cheers, Lars


Ayy way, @Lars Vogel, can you please say, why you suggest "Eclipse WTP"? What are the extra facilities of "Eclipse WTP"? Please let me know. And can i update the "eclipse for jee developers" to "Eclipse WTP"? can you please describe the procedure? have a nice day, friend.

Thanking you
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Eclipse for JEE developers includes WTP.
 
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Eclipse WTP is the Web Tool Platform project of Eclipse which provides the JEE development functionality, e.g. for servlet development etc. You find a description of the installation procedure in the link I posted.
 
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Lars Vogel wrote:Eclipse WTP is the Web Tool Platform project of Eclipse which provides the JEE development functionality, e.g. for servlet development etc. You find a description of the installation procedure in the link I posted.


thanks for your support, sir. that is a wonderful link you posted about wtp.
 
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