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MySQL™ and JSP™ Web Applications: Data-Driven Programming Using Tomcat and MySQL by James Turner

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Getting Ready to Code

At this point, the application infrastructure that you'll need is in place. You have Ant to manage your build and deployment processes. You have Turbine to deal with connection pooling. And you have log4J to allow everyone to produce nice, clean, consistent logging.

With the infrastructure in place, you will be ready to start laying down code in the next chapter. The work that you have done here will pay off in simple, easy-to-maintain code and consistent application deployment.

The nice thing about a well-designed framework is that, after it's in place, you rarely, if ever, have to worry about it again. And in a multiple-developer environment, knowing that everyone is building and deploying the application in the same way ...

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