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I am fresh in J2EE, please give me some advices.

 
Zhixiong Pan
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Hi ranchers,

I'v learned core Java for 8 monthes, and passed SCJP finished the SCJD coding. I am going to start my Java career, so I think J2EE is required to me. Could you tell me what books fit my case as a beginner? Thanks.
 
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You need to learn JSP and Servlets next. Download omcat or JBoss server. JBoss server is better in a long term. You can look at some of the tutorials on the web. There should be plenty of them. You can use eclipse IDE with JBoss IDE plug-in. JBoss IDE should have some tutorials to get started with your web.
 
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J2EE is very vast, it depends on what you plan to learn first.
The main things you'd probably learn are about Web containers (Servlets/JSP/JSTL) and EJB containers. You could try the Head First series:
http://www.oreilly.com/store/series/headfirst.csp

You can download a tutorial at Sun's homepage
 
Zhixiong Pan
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Thank you all.

I have read Head First Design Pattern which make me very good impression. I will count on Head First series.
 
balakrishna nannaka
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my advice is to join new version that is java ee 5 which is released in may 1st
best of luck
 
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