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Anonymous
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Can anyone suggest good books on servlets and JSP for a beginner
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William Brogden
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Java Servlet Programming - by Jason Hunter and William Crawford
published by O'Reilly. The first edition is a bit outdated but a 2nd is on the way.
I am writing one but it won't be out until the fall.
Bill
 
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Java server Programming

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Praboo.u
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Anonymous
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Check this site http://jstep1.tripod.com
Your comments are welcome.
 
Ben Weaver
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Core Servlets and Java Server Pages, by Marty Hall (Prentic Hall) is great! It's full of practical examples, and extremly clear directions on how to install and configure a webserver, run a helloWorld servlet, etc. These basic instructions alone saved me huge amounts of time and were worth the price of the book. But there are also in-depth discussions of servlets and jsp applications.
Also good is Professional Java Server Programming (Wrox Press).
Ben Weaver
 
Tony Alicea
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I agree with Ben in both of those books...
 
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