Joe,

     It seems that you made great progress in understanding Websphere. What did
you use as your guide? The drivers, classpaths & different versions/PTFs kept me
from developing a real system. In fact it took my best efforts to get the
Websphere sample programs working.

     Might I suggest you have a look at the Websphere Studio on your next
vacation. It contains some great functionality for developing web based
applications. The Applet Designer and the wizards for SQL & Databases are truly
amazing.  What with its Project publishing and diagrams of web site components
it makes it a real dream to learn and use.

     The Websphere Studio is really an environment of component programming and
saves having to learn too much about Java. Although I think it is going to take
a few more versions and more wizards to make it the tool of the future.  It is
good to see such great progress.

     Unfortunately a green screen and pay cheque are calling. I like many others
will be watching your progress with interest.

     Mark.


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