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MaheshS Kumbhar
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I wanted to learn JSP and Servelets.
Which book should I prefer?
 
Piyush Patel
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i think best book is Head First Jsp and Servlets . its awesome .

easy , brain friendly and helps in SCJP exam preparation..
 
Mark E Hansen
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First, have a look at the Servlets and JSP FAQ here on the Ranch: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/JspFaq.
Here's a link to a great tutorial on Servlets and JSPs: http://courses.coreservlets.com/Course-Materials/csajsp2.html

Here is a page which provides PDF downloads for all chapters of the book: Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages (complete book, including both volume 1 and 2). The end of the page includes a number of other useful links as well: http://pdf.coreservlets.com/

That should get you started.
 
Piyush Patel
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hi,MaheshS you follow the sites recommended by Mark. i would like to suggest you one more Good Java Course Material Site , i use to learn any java technology from this site.
The Site is JavaPassion.com. The site author Sang Shine is one of the Java Developer at Sun Micro Systems.

Check out PDFs and Projects for Exercise , for Jsp and Servlet on Java Passion go through.

You can subscribe for course on Passion and its FREE!

Passion !!!
 
Bill Johnston
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Mark E Hansen wrote:First, have a look at the Servlets and JSP FAQ here on the Ranch: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/JspFaq.
Here's a link to a great tutorial on Servlets and JSPs: http://courses.coreservlets.com/Course-Materials/csajsp2.html

Here is a page which provides PDF downloads for all chapters of the book: Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages (complete book, including both volume 1 and 2). The end of the page includes a number of other useful links as well: http://pdf.coreservlets.com/

That should get you started.


I've been working through the courses.coreservlets.com, and I want to thank you for posting it. I want to thank Piyush Patel too and will probably have a look over there next.

But regarding the former, Mark, after getting Tomcat up and running, and successfully running a few basic servlets, I thought ...
"let me continue on here basically where I had left off using Orion", especially because it seems a bit easier to 'develope' using Tomcat".

But the tutorial is mostly geared towards using Eclipse instead of Ant directly / manually, and where I am having trouble now is getting my Tomcat/Ant/build.xml (i.e.: deployment) set up similar to the JavaRanch Servlet tutorial (which I just ran through on my own, BTW) has Orion set up; namely letting Ant do all the work of building, jarring, deploying the project. I don't want to do this using javac and shortcuts and all that (which is fine, admittedly, for simple stuff); I want to do it that 'right' way.

Being relatively new to Ant, and very new to Tomcat, and generally new to Servlets/JSP, as I said, I could use a little extra direction if anyone would be so kind. My questions revolve around setting up the build file to work with Tomcat's different directory structure. Thanks!
 
Piyush Patel
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hi,all i want to let you know that JavaPassion is going to be paid site after 1st March 2010, to access course material.
so download material you needed before 1st march.

 
Samanthi perera
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this also good site for jsp and servlets

http://courses.coreservlets.com
 
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