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Is this correct about HFS

Alfred Harre
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Joined: Apr 29, 2004
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This is what my account is showing at amazon.ca

Items Not Yet Shipped
Delivery estimate: 13 September - 1 October
1 of: Head First Servlets & JSP

Please tell me 13 September - 1 October is wrong, please, please
[ August 12, 2004: Message edited by: Alfred Harre ]
Tom Hill
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Joined: Aug 24, 2003
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No one knows exactly - Oreilley is working as fast as possible - Amazon dates are all over the place - if you have a look in this forum there are loads of threads describing whats going on - and Bert has put some pages from the illusive book up on wickedlysmart too
Alfred Harre
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Ok, here is the part of mail, I got from amazon

Greetings from Amazon.ca!

We wanted to let you know there's a delay with one or more
items in the order you placed on May 2 2004 08:31 PDT

Bryan Basham (Author), et al "Head First Servlets & JSP" [Paperback]
Item delayed 4-6 weeks.
Bert Bates

Joined: Oct 14, 2002
Posts: 8898
Alfred, et. al.,

O'Reilly will have books to Amazon in less than two weeks. Now it's not clear whether Amazon ordered enough books, because the pre-sales have been strong. Our general experience with Amazon is that you have to take their dates with a grain of salt - I actually think that given all the variables they deal with, they do an amazing job, but they often have some out of date data on their site.

I really think they'll be shipping in about two weeks.

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