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I am new to JSP (although not new to Java). I know Servlets. Can anyone suggest me a good book to learn JSP (for beginners)? If there are more than one books, can you also tell me the order of preference for beginners.
Thanks,
- Raja.
 
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Take your Pick Plenty of good books with guidance about each!
 
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I'm a big fan of Manning Press, so I'd highly recommend 'Web Development with JavaServer Pages' and 'JSP Tag Libraries'. 'More Servlets and JSP' is also an excellent book.
 
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I just picked up "Murach's Java servlets and JSP"
training and reference
Man this is an awesome book and a very easy read.

I HIGHLY recommend it
 
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Hi,
We can try Professional JSP or Core Servlets and JSP.
 
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And by the way Beginning JSP Development by wrox sucks
 
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All book stores have to remove Wrox books from their shelves by 31st July so you may be able to find some bargains on Pro JSP 2nd edition. Beginning JSP is very focussed to people that are new to Java and JSP, whereas Pro JSP assumes you know Java. Pro JSP 2nd edition has a much better coverage or JSP and related technologies.
 
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