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I don't know whether you should base your IMS book strategy on the success (or lack thereof) of your current, single IMS title. That book is an introduction type of book - and it is very good in terms of delivering that introduction.But you might do well to have an advanced title or two on IMS, as well. I doubt you'll get a lot of veteran IMS developers and DBAs to buy the introductory title. (I might be wrong - they might buy it just because of the dearth of IMS books available.) I think people embroiled in IMS on a day-to-day basis might enjoy an updated version of the Kapp/Leben book (programmers) or the Rex Hogan book (DBAs).

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Thanks Craig! I'll look into both of these books and will see if there is anything I can do to get another title updated.