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Originally posted by ruilin yang:
Author,
Does your book discuss about IDE and debudging with the IBMWebSphere Server ?
How about the capability of JSP development IDE of the develop environment?
When we use JSP with JavaBeans, sometime we encounter problem due to its not-thread safe nature. Does your book covers deep discussion on this aspect ?
Thanks in advance
Ruilin


Ruilin,
The book does indeed discuss how to use the IBM VisualAge for Java IDE and how to use the built-in IBM WebSphere Test Environment. Additionally, IBM VisualAge for Java comes with a built-in JSP Execution Monitor which will assist in debugging misbehaving JSPs. The book covers the use of all of these tools.
If you care to elaborate on "not-thread safe nature" of JSP and JavaBeans, perhaps Kyle or I can give some assistance there.

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Greg Hester,
Author of Enterprise Java (tm) Programming with IBM Websphere
20 years ago

Originally posted by gary troknya:
hi authors;
i am now taking java at college. i work for an ibm business partner. we have websphere and we work on an as/400 platform.
i hope to get more involved with websphere at work,BUT i seem to
be pigeon holed by the boss! ps, i am new to this site. found out about it from my teacher.


Gary,
Glad you are getting into Java and WebSphere. I think you will find that this set of tools will not only make you more productive but will broaden your ability to serve more users on different platforms. For instance, I'm currently working on a project with IBM WebSphere on Windows 2000. After our first release, other groups in the company wanted to try out the software on other platforms. Within days, these groups had the web application running on Linux and also the Mac OS.
Keep pressing forward!


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Greg Hester,
Author of Enterprise Java (tm) Programming with IBM Websphere
20 years ago
We have successfully used xerces 1.3.1 and 2.2.D9 and xalan version 2.0.0 with websphere 3.5.3. Update admin.config to have the xerces.jar and xalan.jar in the path ahead of the xml4j.jar and the lotusxsl.jar.
Good luck!
Greg