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Books to Learn the Most Current Version of WebSphere

 
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Are there good books for learning to use the most current version of the WebSpere?

Where do I download the WebSphere documentations if none of the books are that good.

Thank you for advices in advance.
 
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I think you will find some in the ibm redbooks.Not sure ofthe latest version though
 
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I don't know of any WebSphere 6 books that are out. Roland Barcia's WebSphere 5 book is excellent though. I still recommend it as not much has changed in 6.

There are free downloadable PDF versions of the WebSphere 6 redbooks too.
 
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