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Servlet and JSP

 
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Hi I am having very bad time with JSP and Servlet.I am user with these two.Please suggest me any book for beginners.Someone suggested me Head First series but will be ok for me as its for examination and not sure whether it will help a beginner like me.


Please Help.Its urgent i am running behind schedule.Any ebook is available that would be great.

I am planning to switch job and looking for a java job so i have to gain a good knowledge on Servlet and JSP.
 
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This list should help: http://www.javaranch.com/bunkhouse/bookSearch.jsp?category=Servlets,%20JSP%20and%20Tag%20Libraries
 
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Bit confusing which one to choose to start with.Can anyone help
 
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Having read the Head First title (and reviewed it - you'll see my review on that page) I think it's a good introductory book even if you have no intention of taking the exam.
 
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Head First and Murach Servlet and JSp
 
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first read headfirst book because that describe concepts very good then start to learn an example driven book like core java servlet or any other book.you will see after reading headfirst reading any book is like reading newspaper!
 
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