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can anyone help me out plz.
I want to learn JDBC,servlets and jsp. I am totally new to these topics.
If I buy "core servlets and JSP by Marty Hall" then will it be helpful?
In the book review it is given that it covers a JDBC topic as well. so will that be enough? or should i buy 2 separate books for JDBC and servlets?
if yes then which books?
 
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PLEASE HELP
 
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Hi,
to learn the basics of JDBC try the Sun tutorial.
JDBC tutorial
 
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Dhanashree,
If you prefer books to the multitude of available Internet resources on these subjects (such as the one Tom has suggested), then allow me to suggest the Safari online library. I believe they are still offering a two-week free trial. You can browse many books on many different subjects, and then decide if you wish to buy them.
Good Luck,
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