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J2EE in XI

What are all the areas that I Have to cover in J2EE, that will help me in SAP-XI application development world? I have listed few below,

Core Java

Advanced Java

JSP

EJB

Servlet

WebService

Java Proxy

Would some one please add anything else that I need to learn and also in the order I need to approch J2ee .

Thanks.

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    Jul 27, 2007 at 06:47 PM

    Hi Jenni,

    I think you listed almost all possible "areas" (as you said) from common J2EE development 😊

    You don't have to be a java master to create interfaces in XI. Basic J2EE knowledge is enough, even to make complex interfaces.

    Look at some integration scenarios in https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/weblogs (there are many, and very good ones). There you will see really what I mean.

    regards.

    roberti

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  • Jul 27, 2007 at 07:43 PM

    Absolutely. If you know core Java, that is more than sufficient to be a successful XI developer. Web services is an open standerd and has got nothing to do with Java, unless u want to consume them in J2EE environment. Similar is situation with Java proxies.

    VJ

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