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Hi folks,
Can someone tell me the exact URL where to download "J2EE Blueprints"? Thanks!
sean
 
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http://java.sun.com/blueprints/code/index.html
Blueprint uses design patterns and it is complex ,take a look at
http://java.sun.com/javaone/javaone2001/pdfs/2333.pdf
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/restricted/patterns/ (it will require free membership)
have fun
 
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Devrim,
I tried the last link and even though I'm signed up as a JDC member it won't give it to me. The page I get says it's restricted. What group do I need to join? Or is the link incorrect? Help!
Burk
 
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Hi,
I remember some guy said the BLUEPRINTS is a good stuff for SCEA. Is that's ture?
But what's the BLUEPRINTS refer to? JavaTM Pet Store Demo? Designing Enterprise Applications?
or J2EE ™Platform Design Patterns for Enterprise Applications?
Thanks for your time.
kyle
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