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new to jsp

 
jyothi sanka
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how can we know what version of jsp we are using?
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Jyothi,
Usually you look at what server (and version) you are using. Then you can figure out the JSP version. If you post the server/version here, someone will probably know.
 
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I am using Toncat5.0
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JSP 2.0
 
jyothi sanka
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Hi Bert,
I passed the scjp exam on 2002. Afterwards, I wanted to learn servlets and jsp,but I couldn't understand any book. When I started reading your book I gained confidence that I will be able to learn JSP and servlet. Your book is amazing. Anybody can understand it easily and it gives you interest to learn web technology.
 
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Hey jyothi

can you tell me the title of the book

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Hi,
Book name is HeadFirst Servlets&jsp
Goodluck
 
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