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Jean Paul Martin
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Hi everyone,

Lately I have become very interested in learning how to create jsp pages. Could somebody please guide me to a good online tutorial about creating simple jsp pages? Also, if you have any good recommendations for JSP books that would be good for creating Secure JSP pages, please let me know?

Have a good day.

Jean Paul
 
Jeffrey Hunter
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Sun offers some really good tutorials and articles on JSP/Servlets here.

As far as security, you'll probably want to look at the documentation for whatever JSP/Servlet container you're using. The container provides a key line of defense, so this is definitely an area you should concentrate on when implementing security. I'm using Tomcat, and I'm currently reading Mastering Tomcat Development by Harrison. It's a good intro book and provides a chapter on Security.
 
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Thank you for your reply. It was very useful.

Jean Paul
 
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I think "Web Development with Java Server Pages" by Duane K. Fields and Mark A. Kolb is an excellent book. Unfortunately, the latest edition (2nd) does not cover JSP 2.0. I'm hoping the 3rd edition of the book will come out soon.
 
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Just got a personal reply from Duane Fields on a 3rd edition of the book. It will not be out any time soon as he has too many other projects going on right now. I must say I'm disappointed, but the recommendations in the Bunkhouse look good, too.
 
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