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I am new to servlets and JSP. Please can someone lemme know about online sites and books that would help the learning process??
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Hai Neeraja!
Since you are new to servlets i think it is better to start with sun's tutorial.you will have a basic idea.Here is the link. http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial
All the Best
Preethi.
 
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U can buy Servlets book by Oreilly series.
U can even refer to the tutorials from java.sun.com
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S Chandra Mohan
 
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