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Java Beans
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Spring Framework
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Greetings,
I think the order is OK (in my opinion).
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>>>I think the order is OK

y not perfect.

____Jags.
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So I'm here for other suggestions :-)
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...but still u should have some reason (personally or techinically) on your opinion to defend yourself.

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Because I see it's natural to follow this path.
Actually, I think Java Beans should come before EJB, and the others can come from any order after EJB.
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oh...ok

Thank You,
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If I were you,

I will go for Struts first as Struts is used everywhere and it is a good start to understand the general concept of J2EE. Spring should work the same as Struts so I should put it on below :). Then Hibernate and EJB are playing the same part as DB relational mapping. Both are equally important so I suggest you to learn Hibernate first than EJB because EJB are much complex and may be overkill (some people said).

Javabeans? I think that if you already touch up with Struts and Spring, you should be familiar with JavaBean as well.

So my version.

1. Struts + JavaBean
2. Hibernate
3. EJB
4. Spring

David
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