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Finally able to write JSPs

 
Angela Poynton
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Finally the place where i work has upgraded Weblogic to v5.1 from 4.03 and we are able to write JSPs rather than rotton old JHTML.
Anyway I suppose I should find out how these JSP things work, so does anyone have any useful Books, online tutorials they can reccommend?
 
Frank Carver
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Well I've only recently bought "Professional JSP" from Wrox (it's another of their massive red tomes) and skimmed it, but it does look useful and has several worked case studies. Their "professional" series is almost always timely and well-researched, so I am hopeful for it.
 
Tony Alicea
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I bought that one recently and I agree that it is good. I also highly recommend "Web Development with JavaServer Pages" by Duane K. Fields and Mark A. Kolb (http://www.manning.com/Fields/index.html).
 
Lynda Howell
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Hi, Angela.
I am writing my first servlet as we speak so I am just a beginner. My instructor recommended "Java Servlet Programming", by O'Reilly to us. And...btw...I notice from a post you made in June that we share the same birthday.

 
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