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I worked with EJB(1.o)'s long back with Weblogic and started looking at it agin after long time. This time using websphereDeveloper studio 4.0. I never worked with J2EE thro'
Where to strat??? I have very less time to meet the deadline
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I have not used WebsphereDeveloper 4.0, but I did use VisualAge 3.5 and deployed to Websphere. I recommend IBM's documentation and red books, especially if you are deploying to Websphere. These books focus on both the Java standards for developing in J2EE as well as IBM recommendations and tutorials that use their tools.
Both the documentation and red books can be found on IBM's web site.
 
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Where can I get the red books
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Thanks Kirt
I got the information in IBM site
http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/searchsite.cgi?query=WebSphere
Going thro' these documents
 
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