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Monty Ireland
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Hello All..
I'm searching for some basic information...
Backround:
Database developer for the past 15 yrs
Passed SCJP2 (standard on July)
Completed review JDBC API Tutorial 10/16/200.
What am I looking for(?)
#1 A good book to teach myself Servlets and JSP's .
#2 A good webserver... to run on win98
#3 A place were I can find some Servlet and/or JSP code examples.
Enjoy the day.
TIA,
Monty Ireland - aka monty6


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maha anna
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The first book from top-left, "Core Servlets and Java Server Pages' by Marty Hall is very good one for Servlets and Jsp.
For servlet/jsp server download Tomcat 3.1 and we can develop web applns locally and test it online also since many free servlet hosts like www.webappcabaret.com supports Tomcat 3.1. Regarding code examples the book which I mentioned has lots of them. YOu can download the whole source of of examples in the book from www.coreservlets.com. Also www.servlets.com by Jason Hunter has also lots of code examples.
regds
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Monty Ireland
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thanks...
what is tomcat and where can i find it..?
i'm running win98 at home.. is there a build for it..?
i have not heard of you since i left the certification form a few months back.
how is your new web sight comming?
my computer crashed last month. what is the URL of your web sight?
AKA MONTY6
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hanumanth reddy
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tomcat is the apache project to support the jsp
u will definetly find the tomcat build for win98
try it in the www.apache.org


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Monty Ireland
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Does the Apache build from win 98 that supports tomcat still support PERL.
Monty
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shailesh sonavadekar
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tomcat definitley supports windows paltform. It is like servlet engine , which also support jsp engine. You know yor require environemnt to work into. This engine is container for your servlets & jsp. It is open source project promoted by sun . ( popularly known as tomcat - jakarta. )
you can get the links for this on java.sun.com in jsp section.

i hope this is helpful.
 
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