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hi i am new with JSP,please suggest a small project for me to start with and books for ref:. and what are the packages that will import by default on a jsp page.
 
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here is the bible:
Core Servlerts and JavaServer Pages
(with example code)
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Sun's site is also indispensible. Go to Sun's java site and find their JSP tutorial. Also, you'll a web-server which will support JSP. If you don't have one, try Tomcat -- it's a breeze to install and works like a charm. You can find it at . http://jakarta.apacha.org/tomcat. And of course, the Java Ranch has been great in getting me started!
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