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pan la
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I am new to Java EE. I have done a lot of search and seen several documents about Java EE. But there are too many frameworks, too many technics.
I wanna build a whole application which include the website, the database, the backend business logic. What should I learn for the end?
What are the best combination of the frameworks(e.g. Spring, Struts,Seam,etc), different servers(e.g. JBoss, Tomcat, etc), different tools(eclipse, netbeans,etc).
Could anyone recommend me some combinations?
 
Winston Gutkowski
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pan la wrote:What are the best combination of the frameworks(e.g. Spring, Struts,Seam,etc), different servers(e.g. JBoss, Tomcat, etc), different tools(eclipse, netbeans,etc).
Could anyone recommend me some combinations?

Well, the only thing I can tell you is that you will probably need a container manager like JBoss. Tomcat is simply a servlet engine (unless things have changed a lot since I was working with it), so it's the "pipeline" used by products such as JBoss, but the smarts are built into the container.

Other than that, I'm afraid the alphabet soup of products available kind of confuses me as well.
I'm sure others will be able to guide you though.

Winston
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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