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Need Good book on Complete Web Tier Configurations

 
Keerthi Sagar
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Can anybody suggest a good book on "Complete Web Tier" configurations and management when working with Java that too with Enterprise Applications?

I hope most of the configurations include at web.xml... Please rectify me if I am wrong.

I refered some titles, but those contains some information specific to the topic (like setting welcome pages, configuring a servlet etc.). I need Complete Configurations (i.e. all possible configurations available) for Web Tier.
 
Gabriel Stone
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To me, it appears that you are looking for a book that describes how to work with all tiers in the Java Enterprise Platform (web tier, business tier, client tier).

Some that I know of:

Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development by Rod Johnson

Developing Java Enterprise Applications
(Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.)
Author(s): Stephen Asbury ; Scott R. Weiner

Here may also be a good resource for you:

http://java.sun.com/javaee/reference/tutorials/
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Maybe JBoss At Work ? It steps through various choices you may want to make.
 
Raghavan Muthu
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If I understood your context correctly, the term 'Complete Web Tier Configuration' you meant involves configuring a web server for running your Java EE (former J2EE) based Web application!

I would prefer "Tomcat" is a good web server to start off with. Though you get a couple of good books on "Tomcat", the product documentation available here would suffice to get you through.

If you are new to JavaEE also, you may consider using Marty Hall's Core Servlets & JSP book which is available free of cost here involves a very good tutorial on Java Servlets and JSP along wtih Configuring Tomcat to an extent. You get the double advantage.

Good luck
 
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