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Dear All:

Myself going to travel to US. I have been asked to get hands on Weblogic.
I have been working on J2EE (EJB) for the past 2 & 1/2 years.
I need soome pointers to get started.
Please provide me the names of books, URL's etc..So that i can start learning.
How much time it takes for this?

Thank you very much,
Iqbal.M
 
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Hi,

There is nothing as good as a hands on experience. However, you can also go and get a book named "Weblogic Bible" - This will ensure that you have quite good knowledge of almost every aspect of weblogic.

Hope it helps.

Regards
Prashant Bhogvan
 
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I think, Best to start form edocs provided by Bea.
Url : http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs81/
If, you want in PDF format click on: http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs81/pdf.html

With Regards.
 
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