I read this book in 1998 when I was learning servlets. This is an overall good book, especially with the aspects of database stuff, multi-threading and big loads. I would probably put it in the recommended section, but it has been over a year since I looked at and I don't have it anymore. I would want to at least browse it again to give a good review.(trailboss Jan 2000)
Judging by the date (1998) I assume that this is referring to the O'Reilly text by Jason Hunter. I loved this book. I started out with Core Servlets and Java Server Pages but I found that although it was a good intro book, it really didn't explain to me the bare bones of servlets. This text did exactly that. After reading it I really understood the power of servlets and when they'd be effective. I strongly recommend this book.
Judging from the title, and from the Amazon and Fatbrain links, I assume this is not the O'Reilly text ("Java Servlet Programming") but rather the book "Java Servlets" by Karl Moss. Obviously though, it would really be useful for these review to include the author. The O'Reilly book is reviewed [utl=http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum49/HTML/000088.html]here[/url].
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