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From Tony Clark <cacla...@students.wisc.edu>
Subject Re: JSP Newbie Q: mySQL & Tomcat/Jakarta
Date Thu, 01 Jun 2000 18:45:55 GMT
Thank you Steve,

That helped a lot to actually have someone confirm my intuition.

Two more questions... Is there a particular order of package 
installation required? Also, doesn't Jakarta/Tomcat serve as both the 
jsp and serlet layer?

Tony



>Probably the only thing you *need* is a JDBC driver, one is available here:
>
>  http://www.worldserver.com/mm.mysql/  (there may be others too, but 
>I've been using this one)
>
>You could come up with a number of architectures:
>
>   JSP -> JDBC -> database
>   JSP -> servlet -> JDBC -> database
>   JSP -> servlet -> RMI server -> JDBC -> database
>
>to name a few. In any case, it's good to use some sort of connection 
>pooling so that db connections can be re-used. You can write your 
>own or find one on the internet.
>
>-Steve
>
>Stephen A. Weiss       Association of American Medical Colleges
>(202)828-0428       mailto:sweiss@aamc.org   http://www.aamc.org
>
>  >>> caclark3@students.wisc.edu 06/01/00 12:48PM >>>
>I'm looking to use Tomcat to serve jsp pages that interact with a
>mySQL database. What is a sample configuration? Do I need middle
>layers of software/drivers to interact between the two?
>
>Thank you to anyone who can shed a little light on the overall setup?
>
>Tony
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