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Hi all,
I am a J2EE developer for the past 2 years. I was working in the west coast, but recently got shifted to the east coast. In the west coast every one clinging on the Weblogic Server and aslo on the webgain studio products. But here every one is behind websphere.
So I have to migrate from WAS to websphere.
I have the Websphere studio installed in my system, with VisualAge. I installed VisualAge for Java. Now I have to become a master of that.
Can any one guide me ?
Thanks,
Maya
 
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Originally posted by maya menon:
So I have to migrate from WAS to websphere.


By WAS, I'm pretty sure that you mean WebLogic Application Server here, but we use it for WebSphere Application Server as well.
Anyway, welcome to Websphere!
You can find lots of wonderful Red Books about VAJ and WebSphere here.
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Tony Chen
SCJP, ICS & ICSD (WebSphere)
[This message has been edited by Tony Chen (edited September 18, 2001).]
 
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Maya, for VAJ, you may also find this book helpful:
Effective VisualAge(r) for Java, Version 3: Includes Coverage of Versions 3.02 and 3.5
by Scott Stanchfield, Isabelle Mauny
Paperback - 960 pages Bk&Cd Rom edition (January 22, 2001)
John Wiley & Sons;
ISBN: 0471317306
Cheers,
 
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Maya:
U can find a good resources in IBM red books !
 
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May I suggest my book, Enterprise Java Programming with IBM WebSphere, which will get you jumpstarted on the J2EE parts of J2EE and WebSphere? It's the featured book on Java Ranch this week, and I think it's pretty good
Kyle Brown
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Pardon my last post -- I of course meant VAJ and WebSphere, not J2EE and WebSphere... long day...
Kyle
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Hi all,
Thanks a ton for the warm responses.
I have taken a note of all the books, well the next step is exploring the Barnes and Noble and Borders near to where I live.
Thanks again,
Maya
 
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