Hi Ron,

    From the responses so far, you probably have enough reading for a couple
of days.    ;-)

    I thought I would add some other options.

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/

has Java, WebSphere and other zones and is a great source of articles and
tutorials.  As always, for IBM related material, redbooks are worth
browsing:

http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/Redbooks.nsf/Portals/WebSphere

    Also, Sun, while obviously not aimed at WebSphere, also has lots of
portable material at:

http://java.sun.com/

    Some other suggestions:  I noticed that your web site already uses
servlets ( index.jsp ).  I'd expect that team, whether or not they use
WebSphere, would be a big help.  Also, you might check around for AS/400 and
Java user groups in your area.  If your employer would spring for it, a
mentor who could help with your first few projects would be very worthwhile
in your position.  Learning yourself by trial and error is often the best
way to learn something, but it's also the longest.  Good luck,


                                                         Joe Sam

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----- Original Message ----- 
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Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 10:04 AM
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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