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John Davis
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The Blueprint book (Kassem) is very skewed towards the Sun. I would have preferred to have a deeper and more realistic description of the J2EE architecture. Everyone knows that we are already knee deep in hype on this subject and don't need any more. I wonder if another book exists somewhere which comes closer to providing what the application architects really need to help them match the technologies (Servlets, JSPs, XML, EJB), system configurations, vendor container products and tools with real world problems.
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Rahul Mahindrakar
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Hi,
I think that the book though skewed as you say is an aptly descripes the client, web and the EIS tiers. I learnt a lot from this book. Any how it is a matter of perception.

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Bharatesh H Kakamari
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What the j2ee blueprints book everyone keeps referring to ? Is it possible to download this book ?
Actually I downloaded the pet store appln from this site : http://java.sun.com/j2ee/download.html#blueprints
but it is not the book but only example of pet store.
Any help appreciated.
 
John Davis
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try this link, but read it with several grains of salt. It is quite hyped up.
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/download.html#blueprints
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