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JSP & Java Bean, How to go about it ?

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Hi guys,
My knowledge level at the moment is of java programmer certification level and I have no knowledege of JSP, Java Beans, HTML or Java Script. Within 3 weeks I have to be on a project and start delivering. My idea is to focus on area where my java knowledge is utilised and results could come faster of me. I was thinking of doing JSP & Java Beans. Could someone guide me how to go about in terms of books and strategy
Thanking you in advance,
Rajesh Hegde
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Joined: Sep 15, 2000
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U can study servlets from - "java servlet programming" by Jason Hunter.
For JSP - "Professional JSP " by Wrox publications.
The second book contains several case studies and explains topics using a lot of examples.

Brett Knapik
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well if you would like to go beyond that including JSP and servlets you can get Professional Java Server programming which is probably one of my favorite books for servlets/JSP right now.

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Dilip kumar
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Good articles on JSP :
Building Java Server Pages -
Understanding Java Server Pages Model 2 architecture -
I agree. Here's the link:
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