So this shows how to build using Java as well?

Ron Power
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You might find this helpful...I have...

WDSC Step by Step: A Practical Guide to Becoming Proficient in WebSphere
Development Studio Client (Step-by-Step series)
by Joe Pluta

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1583470514/ref=pd_sxp_elt_l1/103-3194286-6385421



> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Recommendations For Reading Material
> From: RPower@xxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Wed, February 09, 2005 10:04 am
> To: "Java Programming on and around the iSeries / AS400"
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> 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
> Programmer
> Information Services
> City Of St. John's, NL
> P.O. Box 908
> St. John's, NL
> A1C 5M2
> Tel: 709-576-8132
> Email: rpower@xxxxxxxxxx
> Website: http://www.stjohns.ca/
> 
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