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Max Tomlinson
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Does your book cover these subjects? I'm assuming JSTL will be 1.1+.
Surasak Leenapongpanit
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I think his book does not cover your subjects, see table of contents below:

Chapter 1 � Introducing Tomcat
Chapter 2 � Installing Tomcat
Chapter 3 � Examining Tomcat�s Directories
Chapter 4 � Working with Tomcat�s Configuration Files
Chapter 5 � Administering Web Applications
Chapter 6 � Using Tomcat�s Administration Tools
Chapter 7 � Configuring Tomcat
Chapter 8 � Understanding Tomcat�s Class Loaders
Chapter 9 � Using Tomcat�s Connectors
Chapter 10 � Connecting to Databases Using JDBC
Chapter 11 � Working with User Authentication
Chapter 12 � Securing Tomcat
Chapter 13 � Implementing Shared Tomcat Hosting
Chapter 14 � Testing Tomcat�s Performance
Appendix A � Tomcat�s Log4J Loggers
Appendix B � Installing MySQL
[ March 04, 2005: Message edited by: Surasak Leenapongpanit ]
Jeroen Wenting
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The book is about Tomcat, not JSP development. There's a library of books about that.

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