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Rufus - did you get out of bed on the wrong side this morning or are you just TRYING to be irritating? The publishers send us release announcements and we post them as a favor. I personally have posted like a zillion of them in this forum from assorted publishers. It has NOTHING to do with personal association :roll: . These same publishers often schedule book promotions that help pay our bill to ejip (the server support company that hosts JavaRanch). We want to keep the publishers happy.
"JavaRanch, where the deer and the Certified play" - David O'Meara
Talk about cranky. I am following so many forums now that the active topics thingee has become real handy. This is the first posting of this type I've seen. I did not think Paul or Thomas, I can't remember which, was the author. So I just asked a simple question. I got the answer I was looking for. my sister thanks you, my mother thanks you, my father thanks you, and I thank you...
Now if you guys could find out from your sources when the O'Reilly Struts Book is going to be released, that would be most excellent. The comments with the pre-pub review chapters said 3rd quarter this year I thought, but there's no sign of it on their Coming Soon page.