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swetha shah
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Hi all
Can anyone tell me what is the best book we can get in India for Servlets and JSP.(If possible how much it would cost)
Do we get Murach's Java Servlets and JSP in india.
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Malhar Barai
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Hi Sweta..
You can get all the good books on servlets in India. What specific region do you live in. Maybe you can even tell the bookstore to get a particular book for you.
And if price is a concern, you can even download Marty Hall's Core Servlets & JSP.
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Originally posted by Malhar Barai:
And if price is a concern, you can even download Marty Hall's Core Servlets & JSP.

Even if it wasn't available for download, I'd still recommend this one for purchase. A new version is out and I think of as the book i wish I had when I was learning JSPs and Servlets.
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Originally posted by David O'Meara:

Even if it wasn't available for download, I'd still recommend this one for purchase.
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Dave.

I second that. Besides jason Hunter is excellent! (O'ReillY)
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Purav Shah
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Hi Sweta
U can go for Java Server Pages - I for the basics of Servlets and O'rielly book of Servlets is good for thorough studies
have a nice time
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If you read "SCWCD Study Kit" of Hanumant, u'll get both the knowledge and also support for the SCWCD exam... Just a suggestion...
 
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hey,you can visit here:
http://www.coreservlets.com
to be sure if it is what you need.
 
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Better try to win this week's book! It is great book.
[ November 12, 2003: Message edited by: Pradeep Bhat ]
 
Marty Hall
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Can anyone tell me what is the best book we can get in India for Servlets and JSP.

I know that the first edition of Core Servlets and JSP was reprinted in India so that it would be available much more cheaply than an imported version would be. (And, it is also available free at http://pdf.coreservlets.com/).
However, I do not think a reprint of the second edition is yet available in India, so you will have to pay the higher price for an imported copy, at least for now.
Of course, if you have a fair-sized group, I'd also be happy to come to India and give one of my onsite servlet/JSP courses, and send plenty of books along for the students! I've done them in Australia (twice), Japan (twice), Canada (twice), Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and all over the US. But not yet in India, although I'd love to.
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Originally posted by Marty Hall:

Of course, if you have a fair-sized group, I'd also be happy to come to India and give one of my onsite servlet/JSP courses, and send plenty of books along for the students! I've done them in Australia (twice), Japan (twice), Canada (twice), Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and all over the US. But not yet in India, although I'd love to.

Marty, are you willing to come to Thailand too? I mean if I got a fair-sized group as you mention. May I know how large is your so-called "fair-sized"? I am interested in advance J2EE stuffs...
 
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