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Soumy Kumar
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Hi..
Could anyone suggest me some good books to start JSP from basics..

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"Soumy Sam",

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Adeel Ansari
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Check out the bunkhouse.
 
H Wilson
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Pro JSP published by Apress! is excellent.
 
Nitin Jawarkar
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Hello Friend,

http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/JSPIntro/contents.html#JSPIntro6_1_2

Hope this link will help you for fundamental JSP.
 
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[Bear edit: non-responsive reply elided]
[ March 11, 2005: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
Gert Cuppens
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You should take a look at http://www.coreservlets.com/.
THere you can download the first edition in pdf format of the famous book "core servlets and java server pages" from Marty Hall.

And a very good book for beginners is the "Apache Tomcat Bible" from Eaves, Jones and Godfrey. This book explains how to download and install Java, Tomcat, MySQL, Ant, Eclipse and other stuff you might need to build a web application. But the most important thing is that it gives you an overview of a web application built following the design principles of the Model-View-Controller. A must have, if I may say so.
 
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