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Hi, I'm new here and this is my first post. I am new to JavaEE and I really don't know where to start. I think I'm lost.

Should I learn JSP and Servlet? or should I go with JSF right away?

Can you guys recommend me a descent book in learning Java EE?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Robby,

So Java EE is a huge specification, so it really depends on what task you want to accomplish.

I would recommend you to start probably by creating a REST Web Service using JAXRS, use EJB for your CRUD Facade , and JPA for  persisting your entities.

You may also look at CDI spec.

They are a few resources i think might help you.
1.  Adam Bien's blog
2.  Koushik Kothagal JavaBrains site
3.  Andrew Lee Rubinger, and  Bill Burke's book Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1, 6th Edition
4. Antonio Goncalves blog

Hope this will help
 
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