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aslesha choudhari
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hi all,
to learn JSP where do i start from..the best resource..(site name,book name)
thanks,
aslesha
 
Peter den Haan
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It goes without saying, you've just found the best resource Read this forum for a few weeks and you'll be amazed at the things you pick up. Then there's Sun themselves, of course, where you'll find the specifications, white papers, resources, and tutorials (esp. the JSP developer's perspective and the J2EE tutorial). There's a slightly out of date JSP 1.0 tutorial (1.1 is current) which still provides a lot of good information.
And, go to the Bunkhouse to find out which books are worth reading. Unfortunately you've just missed your chance to win Phil Hanna's "JSP: The Complete Reference", four copies of which were given away on this forum a week or two ago.
- Peter

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aslesha choudhari
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hi,
thanks a lot...
 
Sophia Oscario
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Try this one :
Profesional JSP Programming from Wrox
Seems pretty good.. I use that book...
And of course, you can find a tutorial, news and a lot more in http://java.sun.com
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Ganesh Anekar
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hi
u try jsp programmer of wrox publications it is useful...
also try Java server pages of Orielly...its a best book
Ganesh
 
Axel Janssen
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I use Wrox Professional Java Server Programming J2EE Edition
(amazon Link: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1861004656/o/qid=989932431/sr=8-1/ref=aps_sr_b_1_1/103-5455213-0283835
Its big. But I keep on reading and it seems to me valuable the effort. Currently I am on page 570 and there still remain 900 pages.
It covers some XML, tomcat, J2EE, Servlets, JDBC, RMI and Java Naming and Directory Service (???) too. Its lots of concept with lots of code. That�s why I like that book.
 
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Don't forget to check out JSP Insider. JSP Insider is devoted to providing all the best JSP info available(free too!). Tutorials, Articles, Sample chapters and many more links for JSP info.
If you are interested in a good JSP book check out Pro. JSP 2 by Wrox
Jayson Falkner
V.P./CTO, Amberjack Software LLC
Jayson@jspinsider.com
www.jspinsider.com
 
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