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Hi all,

I am starting a new project, where i will have a server and a pool of clients.
It involves socket programming.
Also i will be storing some data in a database.
Also i want to give a web interface to my application at the server side.
And i want to do it using Java technology.

I am new to JAVA programming can any body point out the topics that i should study to achieve my goal.

Regards,
Ganesh
Sep 28 '07 #1
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dmjpro
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Hi all,

I am starting a new project, where i will have a server and a pool of clients.
It involves socket programming.
Also i will be storing some data in a database.
Also i want to give a web interface to my application at the server side.
And i want to do it using Java technology.

I am new to JAVA programming can any body point out the topics that i should study to achieve my goal.

Regards,
Ganesh
Simply do with J2EE technology :-)

Kind regards,
Dmjpro.
Sep 28 '07 #2

Nepomuk
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Hi all,

I am starting a new project, where i will have a server and a pool of clients.
It involves socket programming.
Also i will be storing some data in a database.
Also i want to give a web interface to my application at the server side.
And i want to do it using Java technology.

I am new to JAVA programming can any body point out the topics that i should study to achieve my goal.

Regards,
Ganesh
You should learn something about the Java Basics. This Article should give you a good start. Also, check the links at the bottom of this page.

You'll need the API in many cases, so make sure, you have it available (either via the internet or you download it).

For network programming, you should have a look at the java.net package. Depending on how you want to have your web interface, use either JSP or Java Servlets. Also, you'll have to decide on what type of database you want to use. Then just google for "java" and the type of database (e.g. SQL) do find some information.

When trying to understand something, searching with Google often provides good results.

Of course, if you have problems understanding or solving something, ask here! :-)

Greetings,
Nepomuk
Sep 28 '07 #3

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