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What study after Head First - Servlet & JSP

 
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Hello everybody
I'm studying java enterprise, but I have some questions about my study-path.

I'm a bit confused about what and in which order should study my subject.
I would like to learn J2EE using Spring and Hibernate as framework.

At the moment I'm using the Head First - Servlet & JSP, and I've finished the scriptlet chapter.
But now what I need to do?

1)
Is it better to finish the whole book and after start to study Spring?
Is everything included in the book useful for use Spring

2)
I don't know EJB, are Spring (or Struts) alternative at EJB?
Do I need to study also EJB?

3)
Do you have advices for me?

Thanks
Karim
 
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Scriptlets are last decade. If you do not have a thorough handle on the JSTL and EL, you are not ready to proceed to anything else.
 
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Spring and Hibernate are alternatives to EJB, and much more popular.
 
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hi
you should read head first at least until first of customize tags for start to do a real little project to examine your know ledge.
i think after you read head first until first of customize tags start writing a small website for example a phonebook with following futures:
register
login
add,edit,delete
logout
if you jump this step successfully then i promise you starting spring 3 .
after learning spring 3 you should learn hibernate.
you often don't need to go depth in hibernate in normal project you should know a normal knowlefge of that.
after that you should learn gwt((before start that learn basics of ajax about a half day)).
then start to integrate spring+hibernate+gwt
there is a alternative for gwt:jsf
you can learn that and start integrate spring+hibernate+jsf

good luck
 
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Thanks my friends

KK
 
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