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before start learn JSP

 
jordan kai
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before start learn JSP need learn what first ?
1. basic java
2. HTML
3. JDBC
4. SQL command

if still got please reply me... thanks !

[ October 01, 2006: Message edited by: jordan kai ]
[ October 01, 2006: Message edited by: jordan kai ]
 
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b4, wat, pls and 1st are not words. Please use real words when posting to the forums. Read this for more information.

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1 and 2 are good.
Before learning JSP I would recommned learning servlets as well.
JSP is a shorthand technology for writing servlets that format and output HTML.

JSP looks similar to PHP or MS-ASP but is conceptually very different.
You'll find that JSP is a lot easier to understand if you approach it with a servlet background.

At some point you'll need to learn JDBC and/or SQL if you want to write real world apps but, if you do things right, you'll never put a line of JDBC code in a JSP.
 
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HTML and Java will definitely come in handy.

Learning JDBC will probably end up being a peripheral topic with JSPs.

Of course, what you really want to learn apparently is web based programming in Java. JSPs don't live in a world all on their own.

I've got a little tutorial on how JSPs and Servlets and JavaBeans all fit into the web based mix:

http://www.technicalfacilitation.com/get.php?link=whatisj2ee

I've also got some tutorials on there on how to create JSPs, Servlets and other components. It's WebSphere / Rational Application Developer IRAD focussed, but the ideas are all the same.

Enjoy!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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