if somebody has good knowledge of Core JAVA, how should he start with J2EE

Discussion in 'Java' started by Rajdeep, Dec 14, 2006.

  1. Rajdeep

    Rajdeep Guest

    Hi,
    I have good knowledge of core java. Now i want to learn J2EE.I m
    studying servlets & jsp myself.
    I m not able to understand working of servlets. Please explain me the
    working pattern of servlets & jsp.
    Suggest the easy way to learn J2EE.
    Is core java is not suficient to work in the industry....
     
    Rajdeep, Dec 14, 2006
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  2. Re: if somebody has good knowledge of Core JAVA, how should he startwith J2EE

    On 14.12.2006 09:35, Rajdeep wrote:
    > I have good knowledge of core java. Now i want to learn J2EE.I m
    > studying servlets & jsp myself.
    > I m not able to understand working of servlets. Please explain me the
    > working pattern of servlets & jsp.
    > Suggest the easy way to learn J2EE.


    http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/resources.html
    http://www.novocode.com/doc/servlet-essentials/
    http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-struts/

    Note though that Servlets and JSP's are just a part of J2EE. I suggest
    you get yourself a copy of JBoss. There are tons of tutorials out there

    http://www.google.com/search?q=jboss tutorial

    Regards

    robert
     
    Robert Klemme, Dec 14, 2006
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  3. Rajdeep

    Guest


    > I have good knowledge of core java. Now i want to learn J2EE.I m
    > studying servlets & jsp myself.


    A good place to start.

    > I m not able to understand working of servlets. Please explain me the
    > working pattern of servlets & jsp.


    That is a huge subject, and there are many many (many) books on it. You
    will not get anyone to explain it all in a newsgroup. Check the book
    reviews on Amazon and choose one that has good reviews Personally, I
    like "Profession Java Server Programming" from Wrox press.

    > Suggest the easy way to learn J2EE.
    > Is core java is not suficient to work in the industry....


    Core java is enough to work in the industry, but may not be enough to
    rise within it. Most job you will find will want specialists in one
    area or another. You don't HAVE to to learn J2EE, there is plenty of
    work in client side Java, micro Java, set-top-box Java, smart card Java
    etc etc, but it probably fair to say that J2EE is one of the most
    'in-demand' skills in the industry currently.
     
    , Dec 14, 2006
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  4. Rajdeep

    Guest

    wrote:
    > Personally, I
    > like "Profession Java Server Programming" from Wrox press.


    "Professional Java Server Programming".
     
    , Dec 14, 2006
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