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can any suggest me a good book for starting J2EE?
 
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Depends on your background and experience.
 
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good knowledge in basic java.begining j2ee
 
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If you are new to J2EE then a good place to start would be an intro to servlets, JSP, JDBC. I like "Murach's Servlets and JSP" because it is fairly simple and easy to follow. It assumes no prior knowledge of internet applications.
 
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Originally posted by Thomas Paul:
If you are new to J2EE then a good place to start would be an intro to servlets, JSP, JDBC. I like "Murach's Servlets and JSP" because it is fairly simple and easy to follow. It assumes no prior knowledge of internet applications.


Murach's is good to get you started, although its applications are not adapted to Tomcat 5.0.x, and there's no reference on their web site how to fix it. Also, there're quite a few errors in the applications and in the book, but I find it even more educating to detect and fix 'em. Possibly, one of the best available JSP and Servlets intros on the market. Use it in combination with Core Servlets Website to get the Tomcat 5.0.x running.
 
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Hi,
In my J2EE course at my school, My professor suggested us ,
Beginning J2EE - Kevin Mukhar. I personally feel it's good book and helped me a lot in understanding the concept.
Below is the link which shows u that book at amazon.com, if ur interested.
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1861008333/102-8964743-9036163?v=glance
Swapna
 
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iam also in the same position as in i want to start J2EE, i wud like to
know whether u got the book they mentioned "Murach's Java Servlets and
JSP" and whether it was as good as they say it is...if not what did u
do and i wud like suggestions on what book to buy?
will appreciate ur help.
 
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