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Thread: struts or ejb first?

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    Default struts or ejb first?

    i have learned the basic of servlet and jsp and want to div into more java programming ..which one should i start first ejb or struts.is they are dependent to each other?


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    Default Re: struts or ejb first?

    No both are dependent. Struts is an UI framework whereas EJB is used for writing business logic. Based on your interest pick one of them.

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