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Books On Servlet and JSP

 
Tejas Patel
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Hello Friends !
can u tell me which are the best books for Servlet and JSP ?
and where can i find good tutorials on Servlet and JSP?
if possible then mail me on tejas_india@hotmail.com
thanx.
Tejas.
 
Tony Alicea
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I recommend the first two books from the left above. Very good both.
 
Greg Glassman
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Tejas,
I agree with Tony Alicea on the first book mentioned above by Marty Hall - Core Servlets and JaveServerPages. It is a good book to get started with.
The set up of the JSWDK-1.0.1 is a bit tricky with the classpath and all. If you decided to go this route and you run in to some problems, let me know....I can save you some time and headache.
Good luck!
 
jesse harris
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can you recommend a free online tutorial for jsp, javascript, or servlets?
 
Tom Caldwell
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Sun has some of the best tutorials.
I did find an excellent jsp book, instant jsp, just like the servlet book above but jsp. I can expense books here at work so I have most of the others.
 
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Thanks Tony
I am preparing for JCP now....in case I get thru' I plan to start looking up this topic...so your guidance is pretty helpful
-Deb
 
S Chandra Mohan
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up to my knowledge OReilly series is good.
 
Tony Alicea
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I think the O'Reilly book is too old; Servlets 2.0 when the current version is 2.2.
 
Tejas Patel
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Hello Friends !
thanx to all of u.
i will find these books and bought the best one.
Tejas.
 
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hi, there,
There is good articles about which book is better for JSP and servlets in JavaWorld magazine (online). I forgot the author's name and title of the articles. Just search it online at JavaWorld site. I am sure you can find it. Good luck!
Ryan
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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see there are many books available for the things that you have asked ?
see there is no single book which gives you good info.
for servlets ,
java servlet programming :- by jason hunter ( O'Reilly )
another ( Instant Java Servlets ) one is not that in details as that of hunter , but it is simple & explaining Javawebserver completely . The publication is Macgrawhill. the author is Karl Moss.

As far as jsp books are considred , I will go with the WROX press books
1. Prfessional Javaserver Programming
2. Professional JSP
I don't know about Prof. Marty Hall's book. But , if you are in India , then are you ready to spend $50/-. It is not available in Indian Edition. The books I have mentioned aboveare available in Indian edition.

there are many online resources. You can go to javaworld site where there are good articles posted by Govind Sheshadri on JSP.
then , you have official Sun Tutorial for your help. You can got Marty Hall's Site ( i think coreservlets.com ) where you can get more info.
comparision of the various books on jsp is posted in Javaworld recently. http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-09-2000/jw-0929-jspbooks.html
I hope this is useful.
 
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