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Subject Re: Suggestiosn for ANT-Java programming book
Date Tue, 23 Mar 2004 19:32:24 GMT
> Having read the ANT manual, I'm looking for a book that actually tells
> you how to create a web project directory structure, what actually goes
> where, how to configure for specific app servers or web servers, and so
> forth.  A friend suggested _Java Tools for Extreme Programming_.  Any
> comments or other suggestions?  I'm used to tools that hide all this
> stuff from you (similar to the Sun Java Reference Implementation).  I
> need to become an expert at doing it manually like yesterday.  Thanks.

I've got that book;  it's like a good sampler platter, but you need the
entree. It sounds like for your needs, _Java Development with Ant_ would
be a better fit.

Available as an eBook, as well, for yesterday's needs.

I leveraged this book into precisely what you're talking about, and my
webapp had very peculiar needs.

As to the *what* the specifics of specific app servers or web servers are,
and how they impact your project, you'll probably have to find them
elsewhere.  (Tomcat does get plenty of coverage in the book).  Whatever
the specifics are, though, you'll probably learn what you need to learn
about Ant to handle it.


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