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Hi,
I bought "Sun Certified for Enterprise Architect" by Paul Allen and Joseph Bambara.The book is quite badly written.But some of the Design Pattern examples are useful.I have the book by Mark Cade too.It is too thin a book.Wonder if it is sufficient.

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Dennis,

I'll recommand studying "Developing enterprise applications with J2EE", free pdf download from sun web site, it's the J2EE blueprint.

Hope this helps.
Akar
 
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Thanks for your reply Akar.
 
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Hi,

It would be great if you can pass us the link to the pdf document.
Thanks in advance,

Nithi.
 
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Originally posted by Nithi Rajan:
It would be great if you can pass us the link to the pdf document.



Designing Enterprise Applications with the J2EE Platform, Second Edition
 
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