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Hello Fellow Ranchers,
     Did anyone figured out how to download recent Java EE 8 documentation in pdf format? Or can we order a printed copy from anywhere?

https://javaee.github.io/tutorial/toc.html

   Version 7 pdf is available but 8 in not. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Sumit Mitra
 
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That link says JavaEE8.
 
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Yes i want contents of that link ( java EE8 documentation) in pdf format or printed format. Any idea how?
 
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Sumit Mitra wrote:Did anyone figured out how to download recent Java EE 8 documentation in pdf format?


Is this what you are looking for?:
Java™ Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) Specification, v8
 
Sumit Mitra
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Hello Ron,
    Thanks for that. But i am looking for something like the following done for Java EE 7:

https://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/JEETT.pdf

Check it out!

Actually now since Java EE moving to eclipse foundation, i believe Oracle will be pulling things off their site. Hence wanted to get hold of the recent tutorial.
 
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In other words, can anyone help me convert asciidoc to pdf?

https://github.com/javaee/tutorial/releases

 
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I use PDFCreator to produce PDF documents from anything which you can get into an application which can print. There may well be other competing products, but anyway I'd suggest you do that.
 
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Sumit Mitra wrote:In other words, can anyone help me convert asciidoc to pdf?


I've used Asciidoc FX in the past to author in asciidoc.  That editor will render to PDF/mobi/HTML/etc, but it looks like the document you are wanting was written to be targeted for the browser, so you may have to work at it a bit to build a properly organized PDF document.
 
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