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Michael Huber
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I have a quick question, if you know Enterprise Java Beans, JSP and XML is that a majority of J2EE???

or are those technologies part of J2EE

anyone know of some good J2EE tutorials??? thanks
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Jeff Bosch
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Hi, Michael -

I don't know the percentage of J2EE those technologies comprise, but at least I can point you in the direction of a good (in my opinion) and free tutorial. Sun has a downloadable J2EE tutorial that has examples of all J2EE technologies. I believe it's a pdf, too.

Let me know if you have trouble finding it and I'll post a link.
 
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can find it, could you post it please

thanks
 
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Here's a link you'll want to bookmark: Sun's free Java book library.
 
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