This chapter described how to get the J2EE SDK installed, and to verify that the installation was successful. You also got your first taste of creating and running a J2EE application, as well as looking at some of the core concepts involved in building J2EE applications:
At this point in the book, you should now be familiar with the following procedures:
If you've been able to get through this exercise, you're more than ready to dive into more detail. The next chapter will take you deeper into the details of JavaServer Pages--you'll learn the essential structure of JSPs, and how to enable users to interact with your JSPs.
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