Originally posted by Kyle Willkomm:
Oh Heck, there are other large replies here...
Originally posted by Roger Garner:
Will this book teach an idiot like me or is there some expected expertice needed?
Originally posted by subrav:
Is this book about servlet applications or does it discuss the internal details of Apache implementation?
I've read about a "reload" attribute and find that it does pickup the change, however, when you hit a servlet/JSP file that hits the changed code, Tomcat dies.
Originally posted by Bruce Jin:
Sometimes Tomcat dies when it sees bad server.xml.
<Context path="/report" docBase="c:\mrc\webapps\report" debug="0"
Originally posted by Garrett Smith:
One of the most annoying things about servlet development is that it is very time consuming.
Stop server, modify class file, run ant, start server.
Originally posted by Doug Wang:
I am wondering how Tomcat would support Web services development?