Where to start

Posted on 2006-06-03
Last Modified: 2007-02-13
Hi guys,

I've little experience (say 4-6 months) working on servlets and jsps. Now i wanted to move on struts and ejbs. Lemme know where to start and which books should i refer so that i can make the life easier. And moreover lemme know how much time do i need to get an awareness in the same.

Thank You,
Question by:jagadeesh_motamarri
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    Not having any book titles in mind, you can google it to find some resources, or go to Barnes and Noble's website,, to find books on it.
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    Have a look at this site, this site is pretty good for quite a few things -

    the article that may help u th emost is this

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    there is also this forum which may help u, its called
    it has a bunch of downloads that may help u and here is one question
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    Well u need to got through various books to study EJB and struts.
    First u need to know abt Java beans..then EJB
    Struts is something different than jsp and its framework that saved ur coding efforts by facilitating reuse of code.
    Links for ebooks


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