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Any reference book for Servlet and JSP

 
Richard He
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Could anybody suggest any super book for Servlet and JSP?
Any suggestion will be appreciated
Thanks
richard
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Servlet programming by oreiely is the best.
 
Dustin Marx
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I have found Marty Hall's "Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages" to be really helpful as I start to learn about servlets and JSPs. An early outline of this book is available as a tutorial at http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/Servlet-Tutorial/Servlet-Tutorial-Intro.html .
 
Vishakha Ahuja
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Hi,
I'm also a beginner in JSP. I also suggest studying from sun's "core servlets and Java server pages" by Marty Hall. It tells you the best of
both worlds
 
Geoff Tate
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the wrox books
1 Java Server Programming
2 JSP
are also pretty good
 
ken chou
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Here is another link for Marty Hall's "Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages":
http://www.archive.coreservlets.com/
 
Kameswari Jyosyula
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The following books are good:
Java Servlet Programming - O'Reilly
Instant Java server pages
Both give real world examples and simple explanations .
HTH-Kameswari
Originally posted by Richard He:
Could anybody suggest any super book for Servlet and JSP?
Any suggestion will be appreciated
Thanks
richard

 
hemang patel
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Go for Core servlets and JSP for the sun microsystems publication
that should do for beginners ...
 
hemang patel
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Hey,
you should also follow the online tutorial available on www.java.sun.com from Magelang Institute. Its give a very concise, yet simple picture of servlet technology
 
Roger Kerr
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I recommend the book that is being given away this week, Sams �JavaServer Pages Application Development� by Ben Forta et al. It covers essential JSP stuff like scripting elements, using JavaBeans, and using JDBC as well as more application solutions like using EJB�s and Custom Tags. It�s everything you�ll need to know. Besides, I�m one of the authors.
 
faisal mahmood
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The JSP and servlet spec are good sources but not as friendly as the books.
Faisal
 
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