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JSP or Servlet

 
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Hi all,
I have cleared JCP 5 months back. I want to go for SCWCD.. I am new to this Servlet and JSP...
First I have to go for JSP or SErvlet...
For starting which book is good..
Is there any book which covers all Objectives..
thanks in advance...
regards,
Suresh
 
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I would suggest you to buy (Servlet Programming by JASON HUNTER) and (JSP PROFESSIONAL Wrox publisher)
 
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And i strongly recommend you to start servlet first and then JSP....
 
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First I have to go for JSP or SErvlet...
Servlets, as all others.
Is there any book which covers all Objectives..
More Servlets and JSP's coves most, NOT ALL.
Oh, wait!!!
Actually, the Specifications cover all objectives.
regds.
- satya
 
Suresh Babu Seeram
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Hi friends,
Thansk for your advice.. First I will go for Servlet(by Jason) and then for JSP...
After finishing this I will go for servlet and jsp specs..
thanks for your response
 
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