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Which book is better to Start Servlet?

 
Anil Kollur
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Hi! All,
I am new to the Servlet and JSP world and I am thinking, which book to start with servlet? I have Java Servlet Programming by O'Rielly, but I think its content is vague, and I have studied Professional JSP by Wrox but I think its complexity starts from the first chapter itself. So can anybody of u suggest a good book which is simple to understand and which also contains some information about the WebServer installation like Tomcat, Apache and the like.
Thanks in advance,
Anil
 
Vladan Radovanovic
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First one on the left is really good. Check out http://www.coreservlets.com as a preview and for source code.
Vladan
 
Kavita Ghia
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Hi Anil,
Which book can be better then the one distributed here-
"Java Developer's Guide to Servlets and JSP by Brogden."
Maybe you are one of the lucky winners and Voila-you can
start learning Servlets and JSP.
Regards,
Kavita.

 
Thillai Sakthi
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Hi!
You are right about O'Reilly. I also felt the same. But the book "Inside Servlets" by Dustin Callaway is a very good book for basics. It will clear the basic fundamental concepts in a nice way. But it covers only Servlets and not JSP.
Try it u will like it
mk
 
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