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Kyle's book question

 
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is Kyle's Enterprise Java (tm) Programming with IBM Websphere book a little out of date? because the book is about websphere 3.5, and everyone says taht 4.0 is much easier and better tha v3.5?
I have experience with weblogic, and now i need to develop web applications(jsp/servlet) on websphere studio, with which i have no experience. I am trying familiarize myself with IBM environment(vaj,websphere, db2). how is "Servlet and jsp programming with websphere and vaj"? this is older, but it is free-
 
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Neither book will help you learn WebSphere Studio Application Developer (the product you need help with). Instead, go download the "Web Services Wizardry" redbook from www.redbooks.ibm.com, which contains an excellent tutorial on WSAD.
Kyle
 
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thanks kyle.
[ February 02, 2002: Message edited by: bill williams ]
 
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