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From Thomas Fischer <Fisc...@seitenbau.net>
Subject Re: Tutorial improvement
Date Mon, 29 Nov 2004 08:17:24 GMT





Hi,

The difference between struts and torque is that torque is much more
complicated to set-up than struts. You need to supply the correct DB
driver, specify the DB connection,  the way you want your source to be
generated (e.g. the target package), and your data model, before your first
test application run, whereas in struts, you only have to deploy a war file
to an application server. Because of this, it is natural in my opinion that
the torque tutorial is much more "complicated" than the struts tutorial.
Also, the 3.1.1 tutorial has much improved as compared to the 3.1 tutorial.
Of course, nothing is perfect, so any contributions or specific suggestions
are welcome.

   Thomas

Xavier Ottolini <xavier.ottolini@laposte.net> schrieb am 26.11.2004
10:14:45:

> Hi,
>
> Thank you for your answer. In the Soap user tutorial, I really
> appreciate that the explanations to install and set up SOAP is easy.
> There are lot of little applications to test. Then the explanations for
> the development in itselft is also clear.
>
> Regards
>
> Xavier Ottolini
>
> nephila@nephila.co.za a écrit :
>
> >I am working on set of howto's for windows and linux that have a
> similar format
> >to the link you've given, they should be ready by early next year. They
are
> >somewhat loosely based on the current tutorial which I think is
> good enough as
> >it stands.
> >
> >But I think the tutorial could do with some slight improvements.
> >
> >
> >Quoting Xavier Ottolini <xavier.ottolini@laposte.net>:
> >
> >
> >
> >>Dear Torque Community,
> >>
> >>I think that torque is a fantastic tool. I already used it two years
> >>ago. I am really convinced that this tool is the must for easy java
> >>projects.
> >>
> >>Unfortunately, the tutorial is not very complete. I guess that it is
> >>made for Torque experts ?
> >>
> >>When a team choose a tool for a project, it is important that it is
easy
> >>to learn for all the developpers. Otherwise, it is better to use a home
> >>made classes.
> >>Here is an example of good tutorial. Check it and you will see that it
> >>is really understandable by non expert people.
> >>http://www.soapuser.com/server1.html
> >>
> >>I hope that my little message will help Torque to become as popular as
> >>PEAR for the php community.
> >>
> >>Regards
> >>
> >>Xavier Ottolini
> >>
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