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Apache Jakarta-Tomcat by James Goodwill

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<pre>Author/s : James Goodwill
Publisher : APress
Category : Misc. Java
Review by : Carl Trusiak
Rating : 9 horsehoes
Want to get the most out of your Tomcat 4.0 installation? You need this book!
Troubleshooting? Well, that is the only thing this book lacks. James covers topics and capabilities with Tomcat that I didn�t realize it had, Embedding Tomcat in a Java Application for one. Other topics covered include the Management application that comes with Tomcat, Valves and Filters, Persistent Sessions, JDBC Realms and integration with: Apache�s Web Server, Jakarta Struts, Log4j and Soap.
The coverage provided for Servlets and JSP is completely elementary and should not be substituted for a good book on these topics. It does however give someone good enough examples to ensure your Tomcat is properly installed and configured.
Thanks James, this is the book that Tomcat has needed for too long.
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