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seeking book "J2EE1.4 Essentials" source code

Johna Smitha

Joined: Oct 15, 2005
Posts: 1
This book seemed interesting, and the book code is available at Wiley, however the confidential code the book says you can get , I can't get to it, at This other link,
is supposed to send you an ID/PW. THe access code is ESSENTIALS. It is not working. Does anyone have the code from the "confidential" site or the password. It was something like J2EE last time I used it. Thanks In Advance
Annie Smith
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Joined: Mar 05, 2005
Posts: 172
I suppose this refers to the same - I mean whatever you need.
[ October 17, 2005: Message edited by: Annie Smith ]

Cheers!<br /><b>Annie</b>
Fred Allen

Joined: Oct 15, 2005
Posts: 9
Thanks for the reply, but no, that is not the same thing. The link mentioned above in the original post is to another place where some other book code is. It is an interesting site, but the above link is not sending me an ID and Password to get in so I can obtain the "confidential " code. I had it once a long time ago, but the cd I copied it to is now bad. Seems like the Password was J2EE, or J2EE1.4 and the id was something like "Java Book" . I just wanted to look at the code since now it is being talked about in the part of the book I am reading. It's supposed to be some Javabeans and JSTL , or JSP tags and classes and docs.
Fred Allen

Joined: Oct 15, 2005
Posts: 9 go to and click the icon, then a prompt comes up for an ID and PW that you were supposed to have been sent via email. . . . : )
I agree. Here's the link:
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