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From "Claudio Veas" <>
Subject Re: My first Aproach
Date Sun, 16 Oct 2005 16:07:54 GMT
Thanks for the quick answer. Ill try to get the book you are advising me to
My eagerness on studying all this tegnologies is because we had a seminary
about Java programming and I found out that there were lots of things I
didnt know about java this includes (EJB, JSP, STRUTS, TOMCAT), well my only
advantage is that Im doing my researches on Mysql so at least i know a
little about that which will help me in learning TOMCAT and JSP for what ive
So thanks again and by the way PD is what people of Argentina use to say PS
Claudio Veas
-------Original Message-------
From: Glen Mazza
Date: 10/16/05 12:51:26
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: My first Aproach
Claudio Veas wrote:
> Hello my name is Claudio Veas Im from Argentina and I have successfully
> installed Tomcat 5.0.28 if Im not mistaken. This is the first time with
> Tomcat so I wanted to ask you people which should be my first step into
> world of web applications you know ( JSP, EJB) but ima total newbie in all
> this so if you can help me start Ill apreciate it.
> Thanks on advance
> Claudio Veas
> PD:
> Im from Argentina and My english is not so good so excuse any mistake in
my grammar
Hello Claudio.  Since you are just starting to learn, I would get the
latest Java SDK (5.0) and download Tomcat 5.5.12 instead.  I don't see
any reason to use the older 5.0.28.
I'm starting also--the book I'm currently going through is Beginning
JavaServer Pages[1] to learn about JSP's, so far, through page 108, it's
been pretty helpful for me. I'm glad I got it, although some of the
Amazon reviews for it have not been the best (avg. 3.5/5 stars).
I would forget about EJB until you're fully comfortable with Servlets,
JSP, JavaScript, CSS, etc.  You may never need to work with EJB's anyway
(and Tomcat doesn't support them.)
PS:  What does "PD" mean?  ;-)
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