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Old August 4th, 2003, 04:02 PM
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currently confused about what version of java to use..
i wish to incooperate Java, JSP, XML, JDBC, SQL,into a project im using.

been advised in the JAVA XML book by wrox use the SDK version.
others suggest using J2EE

could someone PLEASE advise which version i should use for all above mentioned technologies
can i use both?? SDK and J2EE or only one?
thanks mo_ali_ayub@hotmail.com
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Well, Use J2SE 1.4.2 and J2EE 1.3.1, the latest version is always the best.

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double posting?

You will need BOTH the J2SE SDK 1.4.2 (formerly JDK) AND the J2SDKEE 1.3.1 (formerly J2EE SDK).
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Can you introduce the best book on J2EE? Thanks.

The world is mine,and is also yours. If you give others much more chances, you will find that you are getting more and more energentic.
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Wrox used to do a good one called J2EE Server Programming, which covered most things. It was biased towards Tomcat and JBOSS but as these are both free and (in my opinion) good products that shouldn't cause you a problem.
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