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Would someone recommend a good book on patterns for J2EE Web Tier. I know
of Core J2EE Patterns book but was looking to see others

Thanks,
PJ
[ September 09, 2004: Message edited by: Prashanth Joisha ]
 
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I think that is enough to help you successfully complete a web application (my 2c).

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I would also recommend reading Rod Johnson's "One-on-one ..." books.
They're not really design pattern books but they do a good job of making J2EE web applications look good inside!
 
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
I would also recommend reading Rod Johnson's "One-on-one ..." books.
They're not really design pattern books but they do a good job of making J2EE web applications look good inside!



I just got a copy of Rod Johnson's 'One-on-one j2ee without EJB', the book feels good from the initial chapters. Definitely a must read if you want to do things in the new way.

BTW I got it for Rs400 from India, ie 9bucks in US. That is one way of recuperating the expensive flight tickets to India.
 
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Originally posted by Kishore Dandu:
BTW I got it for Rs400 from India, ie 9bucks in US. That is one way of recuperating the expensive flight tickets to India.


Right. Just don't try to recuperate all of the flight ticket at once or you'll find out that your logic has a slight flaw
 
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:

Right. Just don't try to recuperate all of the flight ticket at once or you'll find out that your logic has a slight flaw



got ur point. Its not me who bought the books though, i didn't go to India either. So that some what justifies the recuperating logic.
[ September 09, 2004: Message edited by: Kishore Dandu ]
 
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