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  Learning J2EE here...any suggestion of a good introductory website for this ?? Any suggestion for the IDE...

Anyone knows about setting up Eclipse for J2EE?

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Is your Eclipse working fine now?

you can get more tutorials & installation help from http://www.eclipse.org/

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