Getting started with WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (Jiang Lin Quan,et al)

 
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Getting started with WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (Jiang Lin Quan,et al)

Getting started with WebSphere Application Server Community Edition couldn't be easier. Read this free ebook to:

  • Find out what Community Edition is all about
  • Learn how to develop Java EE applications with Community Edition
  • Understand how Community Edition interacts with databases such as DB2
  • Learn every day Community Edition administration tasks
  • Tune and troubleshoot Community Edition servers
  • Get familiar with some advanced features of Community Edition
  • Practice with hands-on exercises

Ebook Details

About the Authors
  • Raul F. Chong is the DB2 on Campus program manager at the IBM Toronto Lab.
  • Jiang Lin Quan is a Community Edition developer at the IBM China Development Lab.
Published
Published Date / Year
(June 2010)
eBook Format
PDF, 242 pages, 5.1 MB

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