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A Suggestion is needed

 
Srinivasa Dhamodharan
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Hi!
I need a suggestion from you all, I am an oracle Guy for the past six years in the database side.I would like to get into
Java at the same time using my oracle knowledge as my base ,Is developing JSP/Servlets and learning more about JDBC help me?.
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks
 
MSD
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Hi,
First of all, welcome to the world of JAVA !!
Since u are a database guy, yes JDBC is definitely ur side of Java. Also, if u want to develop web-based database applications, servlets/JSP will be required. U will find some very good resources for study at http://java.sun.com/products/servlets. The best book i feel for Servlets is Servlet Programming by Jason Hunter
For JDBC, also the best resource is http://java.sun.com/products/jdbc.
Once again welcome to the Java community and hope u like it here !!
-Mohammed
 
Nick Samoylov
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If to expand to Java World from Oracle World, I would start to play with EJB. The best resource for it is "Mastering Enterprise Java Beans" by Ed Roman. The book also can be found on-line.
 
Srinivasa Dhamodharan
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Thank you Guys!
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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you decide where you fit in. You have oracle knowlege. you check oracle 8i & its support fo java. how it supports jdbc ? how you can most of your knowledge ?
do you know the basic java ? if not then you have to start with that? then you can go for jsp , servlets , jdbc stuff.
for mastering ejb books , you have to go to theserverside.com site & register there. then , you can download that book. it is about 8 mb & not printable.
i hope this is helpful.
 
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