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Good JSP Book?

Jeremy Parsons
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I am studying in "Sams teach yourself JavaServer Pages 2.0 in 24 hours".. I don't feel I am learning much from this book, so my question was, does anybody have any recommended reading for learning JSP?
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Marko Debac
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Hi Jeremy,
my recommendation is:

Head First - "Servlets & JSP" by Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates
if you are completely new in JSP and JSTL,

and you can have beside this
Manning - "JSTL in Action - 2003" and "advanced JavaServer Pages" from Sun, by David M. Geary, to see realy use of it all, and if you dont understand something, just go back on Head First - "Servlets & JSP" to refresh your self

Marko
reddy yeruva
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Joined: Oct 18, 2006
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my suggestion is first you download the jsp2.1 specification then learn its purpose with examples.. then only you can get good knowledge.


Y.Tirupati Reddy<br />reddy.yeruva@gmail.com
Jeremy Parsons
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Where can I download the Jsp2.1 specs at? I looked on sun's site, maybe over looked it.. If you have a link that would be great..
Carol Enderlin
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Check the JspFaq
Jobin Mathew
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Professional Java Serverr Programming from Wrox.
Bear Bibeault
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