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hello all,
well I decided to allocate some time to learn J2EE starting today, and for that to be efficient I would like to work on a project that helps me apply all the concepts in the books I have.
can anyone please give me a link to J2EE projects I can work on and a project idea if you have time.

I really appreciate your help.
Thank you.

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Hi,

Sun site has a petstore example. I think you can start with that.

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Actually, if you are just starting out I would highly recommend you start learning about Java EE 5 instead of earlier and more cumbersome versions. There is a good Java EE tutorial here on the Sun site.

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thanks a lot, I didn't know there is now j EE 5 (do they call it J5EE ??)



again thanks!
 
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I also think it's a good idea to start learning with JEE 5.

The once called J2EE platform (up to J2EE 1.4) is now called JEE (along with JSE and JME).

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Originally posted by Jean-Francois Briere:
I also think it's a good idea to start learning with JEE 5.

The once called J2EE platform (up to J2EE 1.4) is now called JEE (along with JSE and JME).



The official names are Java SE, Java EE and Java ME.
 
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Java EE 5 is much easier to develop with it , specially if you are already learned the concepts in j2ee and know what is relation between components and services and what is each component task and how those components work you can take a look at Java EE 5 as mentioned and in parallel you can try Netbeans 5.5 along with many tutorials that are provided for it

Netbeans 5.5 :
http://www.netbeans.info/downloads/download.php?type=5.5rc2 it is rc2 and soon will be final.

here is the list of netbeans tutorials
http://www.netbeans.org/kb/55/index.html
list of netbeans java ee 5 tutorials
http://www.netbeans.org/kb/trails/java-ee.html

here is the Glassfish wiki which you can find JavaEE 5 related documents
http://www.glassfishwiki.org/
 
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Actually, if you are just starting out I would highly recommend you start learning about Java EE 5 instead of earlier and more cumbersome versions.



I agree that the earlier version was a bit cumbersome, but currently are there any application servers that fully support Java EE 5?
 
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Glassfish at glassfish.dev.java.net fully support java ee 5 .
 
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Thanks Masoud.
 
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Originally posted by Ko Ko Naing:

The official names are Java SE, Java EE and Java ME.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JEE

Not that wiki is de facto reference on the subject.
It's only an indicator that the acronym is already used in the community.
 
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For practicality, I'd imagine very few firms actually use JEE 5, EJB3, jdk 5.
 
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Originally posted by Chu Tan:
For practicality, I'd imagine very few firms actually use JEE 5, EJB3, jdk 5.



about Java EE 5 , it is correct there might be a very few big corporate using java ee 5 , but i think Java SE 5 is widely in use as it is some times that it is around.
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Originally posted by Chu Tan:
For practicality, I'd imagine very few firms actually use JEE 5, EJB3, jdk 5.



I believe you are imagining incorrectly. As I write this at the Colorado Software Summit
conference, an informal survey of the dozens of developers here indicated that these
tools are already in heavy use, at least among high-end developers.

Cheers,
Glenn
 
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Originally posted by Glenn Murray:


I believe you are imagining incorrectly. As I write this at the Colorado Software Summit
conference, an informal survey of the dozens of developers here indicated that these
tools are already in heavy use, at least among high-end developers.

Cheers,
Glenn



I think Chu Tan is correct about EJB 3 usage in big firms because it is not a while that EJB 3 capable Application servers are around.
also there is just two fully compliant EJB 3 application server avaiable (Glassfish / Jboss).
There should some application under development but as Websphere and Weblogic are in preview stage , so there should be a few number of EJB 3 based application deployed for big firms.
 
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