Originally posted by Paul Roubekas:
What is your thinking on where the dividing line should go between filling a requirement in JSP code or a Servlets?
Originally posted by tim gunning:
I am interested to know your views on the advantages/disadvantages of jsp's.
Personally for webservers I prefer Apache and run mostly through either Perl or PHP with a MySQL backend and find that this more than caters for my needs and cannot see any advantage in changing
but seriously I am intrigued to hear your views as I know very little about jsps and would like to know more
Originally posted by Marcus Green:
What are the main differences between Release 1 and Release 2 of the JSP book. I have release 1, which I really like and gave a good review. I am working on a project with some other people to create some documentation for the new Web Component Developer Exam and I was wondering what are the main new topics in the revised version.
Originally posted by Dan Lund:
Im reading Ivor Horton`s book now, Beginning Java 2. When Im done with that can I begin to read your book or must I learn something in between? Just want ot know so I dont start on it and I find out that its too difficult...
Originally posted by Nick Kellett:
Hi Simon. Your book sounds great. Can I ask you: when writing JSP pages, at what point do you decide to use JavaBeans on the page or create your own custom tags (more effort)? What are some of the criteria you use for deciding when a custom tag is worth it?
Originally posted by Emmanuel Bakare:
Hi Simon ,
I am a beginner in Servlets and I got stuck while trying to
run the clients web page request to the server, I could not get
it to work. I have also downLoaded the Servlet class.
Originally posted by erik weibust:
i have a question. what is the difference in getting the jsp/servlet api's from sun vs getting them with tomcat? aren't they the exact api's?
Originally posted by Ricardo Polero:
Would you tell your opinion of the new Sun Certification in JSP , etc
Thx in adv
Originally posted by Paul Michael Laborte:
congratulations to Simon and the rest of the Team!