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    Default Help in Learning J2ee and EJB

    Hi i would like to learn j2ee and ejbs, can anyone please help me where to start and some standard books in getting to know it and code well.
    I have Eclipse kepler and jboss 7 final. is there any sample project that can help me know more and assist me in becoming a good developer?

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    Default Re: Help in Learning J2ee and EJB

    Quote Originally Posted by anniejo View Post
    Hi i would like to learn j2ee
    No you don't, you want to learn JEE, I'd recommend going for release 7 of the standard. J2EE is really, really old.

    and ejbs, can anyone please help me where to start and some standard books in getting to know it and code well.
    JEE is a huge collection of sub-specifications; what you need is a large pile of books. But you can narrow that down if you limit yourself to certain sub-sections of the standard. For example of you want to learn about EJBs, get the book Enterprise Javabeans 3.1 by O' Reilly publishing. This targets JEE release 6, but it is still 100% applicable.

    I have Eclipse kepler and jboss 7 final. is there any sample project that can help me know more and assist me in becoming a good developer?
    No. This is difficult material requiring lots of theoretical knowledge, you're not going to get anywhere by staring at code. Pull up your sleeves, you have months of hard work ahead of you if you want to go down this path.
    "Syntactic sugar causes cancer of the semicolon." -- Alan Perlis

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    Default Re: Help in Learning J2ee and EJB

    Gimbal thanks for your response. I have started learning EJB and i would like to apply some practical knowledge. Then what should i do?.also i would like take a job as java developer what must i know then. suggest.

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    Default Re: Help in Learning J2ee and EJB

    Quote Originally Posted by anniejo View Post
    Gimbal thanks for your response. I have started learning EJB and i would like to apply some practical knowledge. Then what should i do?
    Yeah I understand where you are stuck, you have an overload of information to process at this point. You need to learn how to properly compile, package and deploy enterprise applications, you have to learn how to use JBoss 7 and you have to learn how to do all that from Eclipse too. Unfortunately I can't really recommend any material about that which will get you up and running AND understand how it works all in one go - I was fortunate enough to have a mentor to show me the ropes and I used Maven to get the hardest part out of the way - managing the library dependencies for the project.

    I can recommend two things: skip EJBs for now and start with simple web applications; servlets & JSPs deploying to the Tomcat web server. That will get your feet wet into the world of Java enterprise development and will help to fill some gaps in your knowledge that are seriously hindering you from picking up something as theoretically difficult as EJBs. Check out Free Online Version of Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages (Second Edition) in PDF for a free book which I think is the best on the subject.

    The second thing is self-advertisement, I wrote an article about getting started with JBoss 7.1 using Eclipse. But that article is aimed at people that already know the theory and that use Maven.

    Java Enterprise Stuff: JBoss 7 getting started

    .also i would like take a job as java developer what must i know then. suggest.
    Can't answer that. Check out your local job market to see what is asked for.
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    Well thanks.. I have started to take this course material for servlets. I will probably finish learning and then later take concepts on EJB. Thank you Gimbal and thank you for helping me to make a path.
    Thanks for this forum as well.. :>

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    Default Re: Help in Learning J2ee and EJB

    Good. That's how I started too by the way. First I learned core Java (in school), then I learned Servlets and JSPs as part of a junior position in which I was able to expand my knowledge of Java web programming for a good three years before I moved on to proper JEE applications on JBoss with EJBs, JMS, Javaserver Faces, webservices, etc.
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