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JBoss in Action ; Question on the Book

 
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Hi Javid Jamae and Peter Johnson !
Welcome to JavaRanch..
I'm very much interested in JBoss and its integration with Eclipse.

I've few questions about the book.

1. What aspects of JBoss does this book cover?
2. Does it have JBoss Administration related content?
3. How far Eclipse integration with Jboss is covered?
4. Does it cover the advantages and limitations of JBoss?

Thanks and Regds,
Sridhar Palla
 
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1) See the book's web page - the chapters headings give the topics covered.
2) Yes, that is the primary focus of the book.
3) None. I explained why in another post (on debugging in Netbeans)
4) It is not a comparative analysis. We show you how to get things to work, not how things different between JBossAS and other app servers.
 
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