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XSLT 2.0 Web Development Book Questions

 
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Hi,

I was wondering if this book will explain exactly what the benefits are to using XSLT and what it can provide for me as a developer. I am new most of the java world as I am a Cold Fusion and ASP developer who is just starting to learn Java as J2EE is now the new standard where I work.

BTW,

If anyone has any good beginning Java/JSP links that would be great as so far I need all the help I can get.

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Mario
 
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Mario,

I was also a Cold Fusion / ASP developer, and I've been a Java programmer for a year now. In the beginning, Java can be overwelming with EJB, JSP, Servlet, Struts, JDBC, JNDI... So what I decided to do was to stick to J2SE in the beginning ( 'plain Java' ), read a whole book, got certified. After that, I had an idea of what is what, so could go on studying just specific points as needed.....
I worked ! Im a huge Java fan now. After that, I was selected to be part of a huge Java project in the company I work for and the interface of the application is XSL, and that's what Im trying to learn now...
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