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From "Eric J. Pinnell" <>
Subject Re: Tomcat Education
Date Mon, 28 Jul 2003 15:14:18 GMT
The Professional Apache Tomcat book is a good foundation how Tomcat works
but it is intended for more of a sys-admin type than a developer.  I
thought it was pretty good on that aspect.  Not many books cater to the
poor admins who could really care less about the inner workings of
someones tag library.

Various servlet and Struts books can help you with the java.

This list is a good place to learn.  It is the only source you will find
that is up to date.  By the time somebody gets around to writing a book
and it gets published it's already out of date.


On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Ben Johnson wrote:

> Hello all,
> 	I'm new to the Tomcat world and I'm desperately trying to find some
> good resources to learn from.  I bought Professional Apache Tomcat (Wrox)
> and it's decent but it's for version 3.0 or something.  I also have a
> Servlet book from O'Reilly but it doesn't help when integrating with Tomcat.
> I've spent an inordinate number of hours just trying to figure out how to
> pull DataSources using the admin tool and I still haven't figured it out.
> Anybody have any resource or book ideas?  Thanks!
> Ben Johnson
> Senior Software Developer
> Collect America, LTD.
> 1999 Broadway, Suite 2150
> Denver, CO 80202
> [p]: 303.296.3345 x124
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