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J2EE and Servlets

 
Angela D'souza
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Hi,
I was working in J2EE and Servlet for four years in 2004. After that, due to my son medical condition i resigned job. Then after i didn't any work on java for 3 yrs now. I want to do practice so i can apply again in market. Can anyone let me know good user friendly tutorials on Java (setup, coding etc for J2EE) through which i can learn fast.
Also which version is latest in J2EE, Tomcat, Webshere, Weblogic in market?
Thank You,
Angela
[ February 21, 2008: Message edited by: Angela D'souza ]
 
Ben Souther
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In my signature are specs for servlets and JSP.
Reading these documents would be a good way to start gettting back up to speed with these technologies.

Tomcat 6 is the latest version of Tomcat.
It supports Servlet spec 2.5 and JSP 2.1.
 
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Originally posted by Angela D'souza:
Hi,
I was working in J2EE and Servlet for four years in 2004. After that, due to my son medical condition i resigned job. Then after i didn't any work on java for 3 yrs now. I want to do practice so i can apply again in market. Can anyone let me know good user friendly tutorials on Java (setup, coding etc for J2EE) through which i can learn fast.
Also which version is latest in J2EE, Tomcat, Webshere, Weblogic in market?
Thank You,
Angela

[ February 21, 2008: Message edited by: Angela D'souza ]


There are some nice tutorials at coreservlets.com specially Marty Hall's.
If feel Marty Hall is a great author, besides him you can go for SCWCD by Hanumant deshmukh.
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Arnav Mitra, I removed a couple of items from your post that may have been suggesting something we don't approve of...
 
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WebLogic Server 10.0 supports, amongst other things:

Java EE 5.0
Java EE Servlet 2.5
Java EE JSP 2.1

The full standard support is found here.
http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs100/notes/new.html#wp1065515
 
Angela D'souza
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Thank you all.

I am still looking online user-friendly tutorials which teaches from very basic on Java Servlets. (If possible gives nice pictures with examples)

Do you know any?

Thank You,
Angela
 
Bosun Bello
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Well, it depends on what you mean by basic. If you used to work with J2EE and servlets like you said, the basic principles of servlets and JSP have not changed since then. Like mentioned above, the coreservlets and more servlets books are a good place to start. The former is available online.

Originally posted by Angela D'souza:

I am still looking online user-friendly tutorials which teaches from very basic on Java Servlets. (If possible gives nice pictures with examples)

Do you know any?

Thank You,
Angela
 
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I agree with Bosun.
Servlets haven't changed much.

JSP on the other hand has.
One of our sheriff's has written quite a lot about the new features in our Journal (with pictures, etc..).

See:
http://www.javaranch.com/journal/200603/Journal200603.jsp#a5
http://www.javaranch.com/journal/200508/Journal200508.jsp#a1
and
http://www.javaranch.com/journal/200510/Journal200510.jsp#a1
 
Arnav Mitra
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Here is a small application that helps you to post your skills into a database also it offers an option to cut-paste a part of your resume.

It uses a simple HttpServlet, a DAO and HTML. Hope it gives you some insight to the Servlet API. I'll share the code here.

The DAO





web.xml
 
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