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Beginner in JSP!

 
dhwani mathur
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hi All


I am a beginner in JSP,
i have been reading thoertically
about JSP from few days that it
is dynamic web page and it consist
of
Declaration tag(use to declare variables!!)
Scriptlet Tag
Page Directives(include java files)
Expression Tag(placing java code ie some expressions)
but
i dont know from where
i should programming in JSP


Can anyone help me on this doubts below?

Which environment i must work in ?ie where
i must place my JSP code in order to run?which IDE
i am totally blank on this......i just read somwhere i need
webserver and all but still not clear with it.i want
a easy way to work in it if possible?



I have to study swing components in order
to write JSP programs?


From where i must start my small JSP programs
so that i can gain some knowledge on building
some web pages?


i am realy interested in studying all this can
anyone please please help me so that i can implement
somthing practically on all this instead of
just reading?


it will realy kinda if anyone helps

Thanks in advance


Dhwani:>Its always too soon to quit.
 
Christophe Verré
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i dont know from where i should programming in JSP

Going through a book, from the beginning, may help.
You'll find some good resources here.

Which environment i must work in ?

You could try Tomcat.

i must place my JSP code in order to run? From where i must start my small JSP programs so that i can gain some knowledge on building some web pages?

That's the kind of thing you could learn by reading a book or a tutorial. There's so much to talk about, I'm not sure it would be convenient to do it here. And it may take ages to finish. Try to grasp the basics by yourself first.

which IDE

None in particular, if you know how to compile on the command prompt.

i just read somwhere i need webserver and all but still not clear with it.

Tomcat or any other web container will do. Tomcat is free, and a lot of people use it. It's easy to install. There's even a Windows Installer.

I have to study swing components in order to write JSP programs?

No.

can anyone please please help me so that i can implement somthing practically on all this instead of just reading?

I'd advice you to read and practice it yourself.
 
dhwani mathur
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Hi thr


Thanks a lot Christophe Verre
for your kind help.I will try my
best to read from book and learn basics.
 
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Personally, I recommend staying away from IDEs until you are comfortable writing, compiling, and deploying web applications with a text editor, javac, and and a spec compliant container like Tomcat.

If you learn this way, you'll have a much easier time debugging and maintaining real world applications in production; where your IDE of choice may not be available.
 
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