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Tips on learning a java based application fast

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I have recently started working on a fully developed j2ee application- and was curious how in the real world, people quickly learn an already developed and running application.
I normally use a debugger to run through the code,and follow the process.Can you recommend any other tips
Thanks
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Read the detailed design documents :) understand the sequence diagrams - I hope they exist.
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