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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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If you are working through a specific book then I would suggest that you follow the advice given in the book and use the SDK.

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uh, what exactly is the problem here? AFAIK there is ONLY the J2EE SDK, which still requires the J2SE SDK to be of any use at all.
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