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EJB+Spring Or EJB+Struts

 
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Dear All,
Which combination is good for getting job in India on the basis of j2ee plantform. I started to learn EJB, and
want to know which framework will help me to get good job and to get more opportunities. Which combination
has more demand in market? Is it EJB+Spring or EJB+Struts? Also wanted to know wheather Spring requires
to learn more additional things like Hibernate or TopLink etc...
Thanks
 
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Check your local (online) advertisements to see what the prospective employers are lokking for. It is worth learning all 3. I would start with struts --> EJB3 --> Spring (is very vast. Learn IoC & AOP first)
 
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