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Study advice for Spring, Hibernate and Struts.

 
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I am looking to begin learning other skills including Spring, Hibernate and Struts.

Assuming I have a good Java SE background (but not Java EE) what would be a recommended order of study?

It would also help if anyone could point out mandatory or highly recommended related skills; even more helpful would be recommended resoruces, books, etc.

Thanks.
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HI,
I advise you that you start with servlets and jsp, so you better understand the frameworks,
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I wonder learning servlets and jsp with relevance to latest frameworks like spring and hibernate. Are Servlets and JSPs are not outdated? Please advise

I find this link useful
http://www.mkyong.com/tutorials/spring-tutorials/
 
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Thanks for advice so far; I have read that servlets and JSP do not need to be studied first because they will be covered enough while learning Spring, is this incorrect?

Ignoring servlets and JSP (for the time being), I am more interested in a study sequence for Spring, Hibernate and Struts.

Thanks.
 
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