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rahultiwary tiwari
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hello, I want to know what is prerequisite to learn Spring and Hibernate ,as I am only familiar with Core Java(J2SE). does the knowledge of J2EE is compulsory to learn Spring and Hibernate?
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Bill Gorder
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J2EE knowledge will definitely help depending what you are working on. If you plan on learning Spring MVC for example I would step back and learn Servlets and JSP first. I would also pick just one of the 2 technologies you stated and learn them one at a time. They integrate nicely but you will have a lot fewer headaches if you break things off in smaller chunks.


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