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Donald Wynn
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Hello,
I'm in the porcess of learning JSP and I would like to know what kind of books or online reading that is good? I have a couple of Java books and some touch on JSP but don't really go in a lot of detail. Any sugguestions?
 
shuzo monsoon
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I personally have found "Beginning JSP web development" by Faulkner, Galbraith, Irani etc.. a very good book as a beginner to JSP. I'm not sure if it's in print now, but copies are probably available in libraries.
Go get it! and good luck!
 
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If a book is out of print, it's unlikely to contain up-to-date information.
Donald, have you visited the Ranch's Bunkhouse?
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Winston Smith
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Sun's site has some easily-understandable JSP code for beginners.
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Kishore Dandu
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"Web Development with Java Server Pages" from Manning publications is real good.
In fact I have it next to me while I am typing this reply.
Authors: Duane Fields, Mark Kolb & Shawn Bayern.
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