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Understanding the IBM WebFacing Tool

Claus Weiss and Emily Bruner

Understanding the IBM WebFacing Tool
Published by IBM Press

This book, the first in the IBM Press Guided Tour series, describes how to get started with IBM's new WebFacing tool and how to make progress with WebFacing efforts.

The systematic approach presented here takes readers through WebFacing a sample green-screen application using IBM WebSphere Development Studio Client. It also demonstrates how to use the different features in the tool to enhance the application after the initial conversion. Even debugging strategies are discussed.

To maximize the speed and completeness of your learning experience, the author takes a practical, hands-on approach to explaining WebFacing features and how to use them. This approach, gained from involvement in defining the capabilities of the WebFacing tool allows you to benefit from both the step-by-step nature of the book, as well as the most comprehensive treatment offered on WebFacing training.

The book's many exercises will teach you a variety of features in the WebFacing tool and the WebSphere Development Studio Client product. The relationship between these products will also be explained as well as the reason for each of the various exercises.


This was first published in June 2004

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