I found CORE Web Development a very good book on JAVA, JavaScript, and HTML
when I was first starting out.
There are many, many good JAVA books out there.  

Do you know what your architecture will look like, or is this something that
you're being tasked to create? In other words, are there existing
constraints like the use of STRUTS or IBM WSAD, etc...


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On Behalf Of RPower@xxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 9:05 AM
To: Java Programming on and around the iSeries / AS400
Subject: Recommendations For Reading Material

Hello all,
In the past few weeks the push has been for me to learn Java for web
development purposes.  I am currently an iSeries programmer (CL, and
RPGLE) that knows enough Java to be dangerous at this point.  I'm looking
for guidance on a good place to start (book, reference manual, etc) to learn
the complete process for developing an application for the web.  I'm sick of
Hello World to be quite frank.  That's too simple, in other words I'm beyond
that.  My Java skills at this point are enough that I understand how the
syntax goes, but I'm not able to piece it all together to form an
application easily.  Where I am stumped is where to start.  I'd like to use
WDSc to do my Java programming in as well.
Any ideas where I could start my re-education?

Ron Power
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