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s sivaraman
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Hi,

i dont know where to post this question as i couldn't find a appropriate place than my usual place this one.
i'm starting to learn j2ee
could someone direct me where to start and what are the study materials to use?
This might have a vast answer.however ,its ok if you share your own experience before you mastered j2ee.

thank you
 
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Hello. Welcome to the world of Enterprise Java.

First, we now refer to it as JEE (Java Enterprise Edition). The J2EE business was a temporary phase that got dropped after a year or two.

Second, to learn more, I would start with the tutorials over at Oracle. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javaee/documentation/tutorials-137605.html has them.

Third, if you want to 'master JEE', I would go download a server implementation. WildFly is good; there may or may not still be a reference implementation available from Oracle (GlassFish used to be the one; I thought I'd heard the project was deprecated, but I could be mistaken). But WildFly is at least open source, and can be run for free. Also, to start simply, you might try "Tomee", which is a special tomcat distribution made to handle the "Web Profile". This has several concepts omitted, but if you were familiar with Tomcat, it might be easier to get started. Those I mentioned are far from the ONLY implementations.

Once you have the server, start working through the tutorial, or any other examples you can find.

As a final note: JEE has a lot of parts to it. It includes a ton of things you might run on any server. So it can include JavaMail and Java Transaction API, etc. But, that's why I suggest the tutorials. At least you can be working on something that will get you started instead of getting you overwhelmed. Good luck.
 
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thank you for the response.
i'm gonna carry on with that tutorial.
 
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