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Johannes de Jong
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that each .ear run's in its own jvm ??
Pradeep bhatt
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I would say no but I think container can create separate JVMs


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Kyle Brown
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Not in general, no. You can choose to deploy one EAR in its own JVM, but most J2EE products (including WebSphere) allow you to deploy multiple EARs within the same JVM (e.g. Application Server in WAS parlance).
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Johannes de Jong
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Thanks for the confirmation Kyle. If the expert says no it's law
Your reply brings me to another qeustion but dinner is ready so I'll ask that later.
Johannes de Jong
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Ignore my last comment the problem is to complex to explain.
Vladas Razas
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Hi Kyle,
Is there any book which would prepare me for IBM Solution Developer for WAS 5.0 exam? I have SCJP and SCBCD, I know SCJP counts towards this certification. I have trouble finding any self-study certification book for certification.
Best regards!
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Both my upcoming book and Howard Kushner's book were prepared with certification (among other things) in mind. The book "Professional IBM WebSphere 5.0 Application Server" by Tim Francis would be useful as well.
However, as usual, your best resources are probably the redbooks.
Kyle
Vladas Razas
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Thank you. I will wait for your book. It's much easier with certification book. Because certification books usually cover whole exam. Finding all needed material and determining what is useful for the exam is a quest by itself. What your book will be called? How soon we may expect it?
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Howard's book
Kyle's book


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Vishwa Kumba
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Originally posted by Kyle Brown:
However, as usual, your best resources are probably the redbooks.

redbooks?.....Where are they available?
Pradeep bhatt
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Originally posted by Vish Kumar:

redbooks?.....Where are they available?

IBM site
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www.redbooks.ibm.com
 
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