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How to begin JSP?

 
Qunfeng Wang
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I've learned core java for more than one year.Now I want to learn something about JSP, to do some B/S applications for a change.I've installed Apache Tomcat last night, and run some examples on it. It really works well. I also have Oreilly.Java.Server.Pages.3rd.Edition in my hand. It seems 20% about HTML.
Now questions:
1. How to begin my jsp learning? Some suggestions on it? Maybe some suggestions on how to learn.
2. What are the most important and useful sections in JSP? Maybe I need to take special effort on it.
3. Would you give me some good applications using JSP? Then I can see what does jsp do indeed and try to do something like that.

Thanks in advance.I will go to play basketball now.I'll do more exercise on jsp tonight. Hope to your guidances. It's definately a good to place to learn java.
Louis Wang
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Sounds like you've got a good start. You might also want to bone up on Servlets as well. Since JSP technology is based upon servlets, and works best when used in conjunction with servlets, it's an important technology to understand if you are going to be working with JSPs.

And since JSP is just a templating technology to deliver dynamic HTML pages, you're going to have to deal with lots of HTML and other client-side technologies.
 
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How about Structs and other frames? Is it a must?
 
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Originally posted by Loius Wan:
How about Structs and other frames? Is it a must?


If you meant Struts, no it isn't a must.
Down the road, you may want to explore the various frameworks that are available but, initially, concentrate on the core, underlying technology which is Servlets.
 
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