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Help with IBM Websphere

 
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hi,
Can anyone suggest a good tutorial for IBM websphere which can be used to deploy servlets as well as EJB.
regards
 
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This is more appropriate to the Websphere forum. I will move it there for you.
 
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You could have a look at any of these redbooks.. while they are not in a tutorial format, these are some of the most comprehensive references u can have.. pick out the chapters that sound relevant to you...
sg246134 WAS Application Development Handbook.pdf
sg245755 Servlet and JSP Programming.pdf
sc094431-04 Writing Enterprise Beans in WebSphere.pdf
For simple overviews, you can search developerWorks site. There are a few articles out there which would be relevant to your needs.
 
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hi,
Thanks for your reply. I have seen the red book. But they seem to contain an awful lot of information. Can you suggest a tutorial that helps me deploy a small session bean or an entity bean in Websphere.
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