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I have a fair deal of understanding of Visual Basic, Lotus Domino, ASP, Databases and similar stuff. Java is okay too, though not J2EE. I would like to learn WebSpehere. How and where do I get started?

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Hi Ranjeet,

This document provides detail about developing for WebSphere using WebSphere Application Developer

http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/pdfs/sg246957.pdf

In order that you understand what WebSphere is trying to achieve and the sorts of applications that benefit by being managed by it, it's worth having a good idea about J2EE before you start; surprisingly, the specification from Sun is a very readable document. This can be found here:

http://java.sun.com/j2ee/j2ee-1_4-fr-spec.pdf

Hope that is of help.

Keith.
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Thanks for the links folks. Google is a good friend of mine too and a bit of googling will fetch me dozens of useful tutorials. I am not really looking for that. I was hoping to recieve some advices from people who are already working on WS projects. Learning from others' experiences is what i wanted.

Hoping to hear more!
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Hi friends,

Looks like people don't wanna add anything to what you said :) I'm closing it. If you don't like the grade please let me know.

Thanks for your help.
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