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Dear Ms.Sierra
Are there a cmplete sample application available in the book?
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Pourang Emami
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Originally posted by Pourang Emami:
Dear Ms.Sierra
Are there a cmplete sample application available in the book?


No, not a complete application. We're putting one on the website in the next week or so, but we didn't want to take up any more pages in the book with code. There are of course examples of beans, but no complete applications. The Sun tutorial (and the Pet Shop example) do include free examples of complete applications.
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Kathy
 
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The Sun tutorial (and the Pet Shop example) do include free examples of complete applications.


Kethy !!!
PetStore Tutorial is very complicate which I'm not understand in Web Application Framework (WAF) , please, explain to me ....

thank you for all answer.
 
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You can consult the "Designing Enterprise Applications with J2EE" book for appreciating the petstore architecture.
 
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