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employee database system using Java technoloyges

vendikonda sravan
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Hi ,

I have to devlope a employee database system using Java technoloyges like Jsp,stratus,springs,Highbernate .(like a system to enter employe datiles, n displayin,mantanning). need a basic model. so if anybuddy can suggest a way to do this.

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sravan V
Lester Burnham
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What do you have so far, and where are you stuck making progress? Have you (or the project lead) nailed down all the requirements yet? If not, that's where you should start.
vendikonda sravan
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ok that was vague ..................

so let me ask this

i want to learn springs n hibernate so i want to know where to start, what things i should learn before i get started with theses(springs,hibernate ),i have completed My SCJP so i'm good with my core Java. please suggest me .

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Sravan V
Lester Burnham
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Why do you think you need to learn anything else first? The Spring and Hibernate web sites are full of examples and tutorials (as is the web at large) - so you can jump right in.
vendikonda sravan
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Can you suggest some good sites to start with ,that would be real help.

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Sravan V
Jeanne Boyarsky
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You could start with the official sites for Spring and Hibernate. If you are looking for something more specific, you'll need to share what that is.


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