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pradeep setti
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i am presently in a servlet/jsp project can anyone tell me sites where i can find out the source code and also the advanced topics on jsp/servlets.

thanking u all in advance




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Balaji Loganathan
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Moving this to our Servlet forum.
Please continue your discussion.
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Scott Johnson
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Pradeep,

If you are new to servlets and JSP, I recommend you start with a book and the specifications.

Those will give you a good understanding of the technologies and can serve as references when you get stuck on a problem.

If you have a question the book doesn't answer or you still don't understand a topic, post a question on JavaRanch.

Best of luck.
 
pradeep setti
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thank u scott for ur reply,

but i am not new to servlets/jsp i want to know the advanced topics in
servlets/jsp that can be usefull for me in project.

thats why i want to know whether there are any books and sites where i can gain advanced knowledge in these topics.
 
Pavel Kubal
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In WHICH topics? Don't be sou mysterious ;-)
 
Adeel Ansari
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Either there is no advance stuff or the Servlet and JSP are themselves advance things.

You can go for the latest Specs. of JSP and Servlet to figure out new equipment.
Or
YOu can go for some web application frameworks and patterns to get the best out of Servlet/JSP. Like JSF, Spring, Tapestry etc.
 
pradeep setti
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thanks adeel and pavel.

ya i want to know the new concepts which are added in the latest versions of servlets/jsp.

upto now i have been working on servlets 2.3 version.

and jsp 2.0 version.

 
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pradeep setti
Welcome to JavaRanch!

In an effort to help you get the most from our forums, we've compiled a
list of tips for asking questions here. You can find the list in our
FAQ section here.
In particular, please see UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine.

Again, welcome to JavaRanch and good luck with your question.
-Ben



As to your question:
I would start by reading the Servlet Spec 2.4 from end to end.
Then do the same with the JSP 2.0 spec and the JSTL 1.1 spec.

You can find links to some of thse in my signature.
 
Scott Johnson
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i want to know the new concepts which are added in the latest versions of servlets/jsp.


You'll want to read the spec change logs.
 
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