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If you are new to UML and are looking for a good book to learn
with, then this book isn�t for you. On the other hand, if you are
experienced with UML modeling, you can save yourself some time by
skipping the first five chapters. The real meat of the book gets started
in chapter six. From there, it is extremely packed with information to
help you model a website. The biggest disappointment for me was the
minimal number of examples in Java, Servlets and JSP. There are a few.
However, the complete Model Example is in Active Server Pages. I�d
really love to see an erratum for the book with the example done using
Java Technology. If you need to learn a standard way for your
organization to model dynamic web pages, this book is a must.
(Carl Trusiak - sheriff, April 2001)

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