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Can anyone suggest a good class for learning about the WebSphere application server for someone who is already familiar with JSP, Servlets, etc...
 
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Hi,
if you are familar with the J2EE model then you will be able to work on the WebSphere application server 4 very easily. If you are looking for working on 3.5 then i guess you need some help. But then what are we here for.
Keep us posted on developments and any help you need
 
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So if I am planning on working with version 4 then I shouldn't have to take any training specific to WebSphere?
 
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yes that is what i meant . The sample programs and the documentation is self explanatory and will help you understand without the help of a faculty.
 
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