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Learning RAD


Joined: Apr 26, 2005
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i have installed RAD from IBM and try to work on portal server.
my web applications core requirement is developing JSF ,and for connecting to database(Oracle9i) i am using Hibernate Technology.
the problem is i dont know much about RAD ,i need inputs about how to learn RAD .though i am having books on JSF(jsf in action) and hibernate in action but still finding it difficult to work.plz suggest any materials,demos or books .
thank you

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