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Getting started with J2EE

 
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I've been a core java programmer all this while and wanted to know good books/links for getting started with j2ee. Something that can provide me with a top level view of where all the components fit in. There are just way too many acronyms floating around like servlets, jsp etc.

 
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Hello, and you will see a lot of things.

If you want to see a start with servlet, you can take a look here Creating a WebServer, JSF [urlurl=http://uaihebert.com/?p=24]Hello World JSF[/url]

After study some web components, you could study some persistence. [=

But be sure that you will find a lot of words and terms.
 
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Concept-wise:
http://download.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/javaeetutorial6.pdf
 
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I would like to suggest you to study "Head first" there you can find simple examples and easy to understand all concepts. (Servlets, JSP, EJB etc.)
 
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