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Hi All,

I am a Unix administrator and got an opportunity to work on WebSphere. I'll be working as WAS Administrator and there are few questions that I would like to know here. I haven't worked on j2ee applications/development and I have no idea about j2ee. Can someone please suggest which technologies I should first learn before learning WAS. Can someone send me some links where I can start learning WAS.

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The IBM developerWorks site is a good place to start. Here's a few articles in case you haven't come across them yet:

New to WebSphere Application Server

Where, oh where, can I learn about WebSphere?

Recommended reading list: Java EE and WebSphere Application Server
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